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Q: Vision is processed primarily in what lobes of the brain?
A: The occipital lobe is primarily involved with interpreting visual impulses. This is done via the visual pathway.
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User: Vision is processed primarily in what lobes of the brain?

Weegy: The occipital lobe is primarily involved with interpreting visual impulses. This is done via the visual pathway.
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User: Which body structure was altered during the process of evolution which resulted in higher levels of cognitive functioning for humans?

Weegy: cerebrum
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