Good article.Executive dysfunction is a term for the range of cognitive, emotional and behavioural difficulties which often occur after injury to the frontal lobes of the brain. Impairment of executive functions is common after an abi and has a profound effect on many aspects of everyday life.This factsheet explains what executive functions are, why they are so important and which part of the brain is responsible for controlling them. Very useful.
This infographic discusses each of the following structures of the brain and their functions: Frontal Lobe, Parietal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Cerebellum and Temporal Lobe. It also discusses the right and left hemispheres of the brain and what they are responsible for controlling.
This is Your Brain in Meltdown. Scientific American SOURCE: “STRESS SIGNALLING PATHWAYS THAT IMPAIR PREFRONTAL CORTEX STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION,” BY AMY F. T. ARNSTEN, IN NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE, VOL. 10; JUNE 2009
FRONTAL LOBE EXERCISES: Therapy for those who suffered brain damage to their frontal lobe(s) after a stroke--A form of traumatic brain injury, a frontal lobe injury requires recuperative exercises that involve physical and cognitive maneuvers to slowly restore the brain and body to a functioning level capable of accomplishing tasks in everyday society. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/466462-frontal-lobe-exercises/#ixzz2OkfWQcx2
In this diagram it shows the different parts of the brain, as well as the functions they perform. For example, the cerebellum helps coordination, and the frontal lobe helps motor functions, or moving muscles.