The cerebrum is the largest portion of the human and vertebrate brain.
It consists of two cerebral hemispheres,
which develop from the embryonic forebrain.
These hemispheres have an outer convoluted layer of gray
matter – the cerebral cortex – and an inner
layer of white matter. The two halves
are linked by the corpus callosum.
Each hemisphere of the cerebrum is subdivided into four lobes visible from
the outside. They are the frontal, parietal, occipital, and temporal lobes.
The cerebrum is the integrating center for memory, learning, emotions, and
other highly complex functions of the central