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   The parietal lobe carries out some very specific functions. As a part of the cortex, it has a lot of responsibilities and has to be able to process sensory information within seconds. The parietal lobe is where information such as taste, temperature and touch are integrated, or processed. The parietal lobe is known to interpret sensory information, such as letting you know the location of parts of your body and aiding in physical navigation. Humans would not be able to to feel sensations of touch, if the parietal lobe was damaged.

Parietal Lobe