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Frontal lobes refers to the area of the brain located at the front of each cerebral hemisphere; responsible for the functions underlying much of our thinking and reasoning abilities, including memory; it is also associated with movement, the sense of self, and higher mental functions.
Moreover, Frontal lobes is a part of the human brain which are associated with executive functions such as formulating, planning, and carrying out goal-directed behavior, monitoring and controlling behavior, and modulating emotions.
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