SectionEverything you need to know is here Your guide to medical terms & conditions Your medicines explained Your tests and investigations explained
Your parietal lobe is at the top of your brain behind your frontal lobe. It tells your body what you feel with your fingertips and lets you know when you feel pain, or if something is too hot or too cold. Your parietal lobe is also involved in the control of things like calculating, writing and drawing.
To learn more about the role of the parietal lobe, check out 'What's up with Astra? Medikidz explain ADHD' in our comic book shop.