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Q: What is the part of the brain that is responsible for processing information from the senses, such as texture, temperature, weight, and other sensations from the body?
A: The part of the brain responsible for processing information from the senses, including texture, temperature, weight, and other sensations from the body. CEREBRAL CORTEX. [ ]
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User: What is the part of the brain that is responsible for processing information from the senses, such as texture, temperature, weight, and other sensations from the body?

Weegy: The part of the brain responsible for processing information from the senses, including texture, temperature, weight, and other sensations from the body. CEREBRAL CORTEX. [ ]
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User: part of the body responsible for processing information from the senses

User: What are the areas of the brain that are involved in the incorporation of information?

User: what is the structure that is known to be a key relay station for sensory information

User: 8. The part of the brain that is located at the base of the skull and is responsible for the development and coordination of movement.

Weegy: Hindbrain The Hindbrain is located at the rear of the skull and is the lowest portion of the brain. Hindbrain parts include the medulla, the cerebellum and the pons. The medulla is where the spinal cord enters the skull. [ It is responsible for controlling breathing, regulating reflexes, and maintaining an upright posture of the body. The cerebellum are two (2) rounded structures located besides the medulla. It is responsible for coordinating motor activity (movements of the body), so that extensive damage of the cerebellum can cause failure to even stand up. The pons serves as the bridge towards the midbrain. It is a cluster of neuronal fibers surrounding the reticular formation (discussed below), and is responsible for monitoring sleep and arousal by coordinating with the autonomic nervous system. ]
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User: What is the lobe of the brain that is near the temples, which includes the primary auditory cortex and language centers?

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