Only the occipital lobe is dedicated to straightforward processing of a single sensation, vision. The other three each dedicate a small portion (about 25%) to simple sensory or motor civilities. The remaining 75% makes up the association cortex, a vast network of communicating fibers that unifies diverse perceptual and behavioral experiences. (Restak, Richard. Mysteries of the Mind. p 20. Washington, DC: National Geographic, 2000.)

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