What Part of the Brain Controls Writing?

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The human brain is divided in two hemispheres: the left and the right. Writing is controlled by the left hemisphere. This hemisphere is also responsible for functions such as speech and arithmetic. Within each hemisphere, there are four lobes. Writing is controlled specifically by the frontal lobe.
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There isn't a simple answer. If you are writing mathematical equations and proofs, it is almost totally left brain. If you are writing poetry, it is about 50/50.
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The parts of the brain called the temporal lobes (TLs) play a critical role in storing and retrieving memories. In order to have crystal-clear, long-term memory and be able to learn
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The cerebral cortex!
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cerebellum.
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