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Posted on 11-25-2016

What Are Your Temporal Lobes?  They are on both sides of your head above your ears.


  • Hearing ability, memory acquisition, some visual perceptions, categorization of objects.

Observed Problems:

  • Difficulty in recognizing faces (Prosopagnosia). Difficulty in understanding spoken words (Wernicke’s Aphasia). Disturbance with selective attention to what we see and hear. Difficulty with identification of, and verbalization about objects. Short-term memory loss. Interference with long-term memory. Increased or decreased interest in sexual behavior. Inability to categorize objects (Categorization). Right lobe damage can cause persistent talking. Increased aggressive behavior.

Thanks for your attention. Our next post will talk about your Brain Stem. For Dr. Siegfried’s Consumer Awareness Guide to Concussions and Chronic Sinusitis go to http://www.nasalspecifics.com

"If a disease were killing our children in the proportions that [brain] injuries are, people would be outraged and demand that this killer be stopped."  - Former Surgeon General Everett Koop, MD

Brought to you by Dr. George Siegfried, D.C., America’s Leading Expert in Bilateral Nasal Specifics Treatment of Concussions and Sinusitis

(Source for these posts): Brain Injury Alliance of Oregon, 2002-2006)

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