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cerebrum vs. cerebral cortex
[ suh-ree-bruhm, ser-uh- ]
- the anterior and largest part of the brain, consisting of two halves or hemispheres and serving to control voluntary movements and coordinate mental actions.
- the forebrain and the midbrain.
- the furrowed outer layer of gray matter in the cerebrum of the brain, associated with the higher brain functions, as voluntary movement, coordination of sensory information, learning and memory, and the expression of individuality.