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The posterior parietal cortex is a portion of the parietal lobe which manipulates mental images, and integrates sensory and motor portions of the brain. It is involved in formation of plans.[1]

It consists of Brodmann area 5 and Brodmann area 7.[2]

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  1. Coulthard EJ, Nachev P, Husain M (April 2008). Control over conflict during movement preparation: role of posterior parietal cortex. Neuron 58 (1): 144–57.
  2. THE BRAIN FROM TOP TO BOTTOM.



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