Ridge Analysis & Brain Lobes

No two individuals in the world can ever have the same Ridge patterns. The structure of their minutia makes one different from another, that’s how they are unique. Each ridge has a direct connection with one or the other neuron of our brain. Underdevelopment of the brain during the gestation period leads to underdevelopment of the ridges as well. A detailed study of one’s Ridge Analysis will reveal the inborn potential of each lobe and person. 

Prefrontal Lobes:

  • The pair of Prefrontal Lobes control executive & cognitive functions of a person.

  • A rich amount of dopamine is stored in these lobes which is responsible for repaying, concentration, long term memory, planning &  goal-directness in a human being.

  • Dopamine also functions in helping the brain to retain memory for the long term. This memory is based on experience related to emotional responses.

  • These lobes also control your behavior patterns which ultimately form your personality and nature.

  • These lobes also are responsible for your expressiveness, decision making, planning and self-evaluation

 

 

Frontal Lobes:

  • The pair of these lobes controls logical thinking and mind-eye.

  • These lobes work in reasoning, thinking and spatial imagination related to numbers.

  • The order and the sequence of happenings.

  • The comprehension of thoughts or ideas. 

  • Calculation related to figures are also done by these lobes.

  • The pair of these lobes are also responsible for calculations, reasoning, complex thinking and problem solving activities.

  • Spontaneity, emotion control, idea formation are also the functions of these lobes.

  • Understanding and dealing with science is one of the key functions of these lobes.

Parietal Lobes:

  • These lobes control the body movement and hand movement of the person.

  • Sensation, perception and integrating sensory inputs are also controlled and managed by these lobes.

  • These lobes integrate sensory information to form a cognition.

  • This pair of lobes also construct a spatial coordination system to represent the world around us.

  • These lobes are connected with processing of nerve impulses related to the senses such as touch, pain, pressure, temperature etc.

  • Some of the specific activities like sports, professional dance, athletes etc. require high strength in these lobes.  

 

Temporal Lobes:

  • The temporal lobes are the home to the primary auditory cortex which is involved in auditory processing, which includes semantics in both speech and vision.

  • These lobes control and manage the processing of any kind of sound and speech.

  • Listening and speaking abilities are completely controlled by these lobes.

  • The pair of these lobes control communication, delivering speech and listening.

  • Processing to music, tone, rhythm or any kind of sound is also controlled by these lobes

  • Sound processing is controlled by the temporal lobes in the Broca's area and Wernike's area

 

Occipital Lobes:

  • These occipital lobes contain the primary visual cortex which is sensitive towards multiple stimulus parameters such as shapes, wavelength, orientation and direction of movement.

  • The occipital lobes are the visual processing center of mammalian brain and they contain most of the anatomical region of the visual cortex

  • The received form the optic tracts are pre-processed by retinal sensors and then comprehended by the brain using the visual cortex.

  • The Visual and lingual information are received by different parts of visual cortex and the retinal input is than projected to the cortex,

  • The spatial map is then arranged by cells on the posterior aspect in the grey matter of occipital lobes', forming an euro-image to reveal a shape when the retinal fields are exposed to an object.

  •  If one part of the occipital lobe is damaged, it will result in homonyms vision loss, forming a held cur area in each eye.