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Exercising your cardiovascular system can help temporal lobe function, according to PubMed of the National Institutes of Health 1. Known as aerobic exercise, these exercises can increase attention efficiency, improve executive-control processes and improve cognitive function levels.What are frontal lobes in psychology?
Frontal Lobes. A region of the cerebral cortex at the front of the brain (lying just behind the forehead) that is necessary for motor control and more complex, high-end functioning like speech, decision making, and judgments.What behavior does the temporal lobe control?
Researchers speculate that the temporal lobe has several functions, including regulating hearing, processing visual inputs, making sense of verbal material such as speaking and reading, and storing long-term memories, according to the Centre for Neuro Skills.Does the temporal lobe control emotions?
The temporal lobes are involved in several functions of the body including: Limbic system structures of the temporal lobe are responsible for regulating many of our emotions, as well as forming and processing memories. The amygdala controls many of the autonomic responses associated with fear.