The frontal lobe is responsible for our consciousness, whether that be emotional or environmental. Frontal lobe function is also responsible for motor functions, memory, and habitual behavior.


  • altered social behavior
  • difficulty communicating
  • inability to plan multi-stepped tasks
  • loss of focus
  • loss of problem solving skills
  • mood changes
  • paralysis or loss of movement

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*Source: Centre for Neuro Skills