General function of the frontal and parietal lobes
Frontal lobe is concerned with "to do" activities (making decisions, expressing words, moving eyes, movement of appendages). Parietal lobe receives and interprets sensory information and the physical world around you
Function of the temporal and occipital lobes
Temporal lobe has several functions. In superior temporal gyrus there is Heschi's gyrus which processes sounds. Posterior to it lie's Wernicke's area that process sound into words and mediates the comprehension of language. Temporal lobe also is involved with memory; Occipital lobe is devoted to vision
Function of the cerebellum
Has two lobes (right and left). Receive and organize motor information about the limbs on the same (ipsilateral) side of the body. They smooth out anticipated movements so that they are coordinated
Contains elements of the limbic system which is involved with emotion, learning and the formation of new memories.