1) The frontal lobe is most often associated with personality/moods, motor function, and decision-making.
2) The parietal lobe plays a role in spatial orientation (knowing where the body is) and in sensing temperature, touch, and taste.
3) The occipital lobe handles visual information.
4) The cerebellum is responsible for coordination and balance.
5) The brain stem controls activities like breathing and sleep.
6) The temporal lobe is involved in memory, speech, hearing, and smell.
Seizures can happen in any lobe of the brain. Sometimes the seizure activity can spread from one lobe to another, leading to a seizure that involves the whole brain.