It has been brought to my attention that people do not know information about the occipital lobe in the brain.
I mean, it's responsible for processing everything we see! How could you not want to learn about it?!
How about I teach you some important information...I just know you'll find it as interesting as I do!
It can be found at the back of the skull, behind the parietal and temporal lobes.
First we must know where the occipital lobe is located.
As for the functions of this lobe, there are many! It is important to being able to correctly understand what our eyes are seeing. It has to be very fast to process the information that is being sent to it.
It is also associated with distance and depth perception, color determination, object and face recognition, and memory formation.