The parietal lobes play a major role in sensory processing and integrating information such as spatial/navigational sense, touch, and language, and the dorsal stream of the visual system. These lobes help us to become oriented and to establish an understanding of where we are in space. They also have a role in helping us understand speech and comprehending other sensory input.
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