Here is a more comprehensive list of tasks that involve coordination between the frontal, parietal and temporal brain regions:

Here is a more comprehensive list of tasks that involve coordination between the frontal, parietal and temporal brain regions:

Internal cognitive processes:

– Novel problem-solving and reasoning
– Attention, focus and inhibition of distraction
– Working memory and mental flexibility
– Abstract thinking, concept formation
– Cognitive control and multitasking
– Strategic planning, organization, goal-directed behavior
– Insight, metacognition, self-monitoring abilities
– Processing complex stimuli and ambiguity
– Processing relational and abstract semantics
– Judgment and decision-making
– Processing novelty and change
– Emotion regulation and impulse control

External actions:

– Novel, non-routine motor learning
– Fluid visual-spatial skills like mental rotation
– Processing complex visual stimuli
– Fine discrimination of stimuli amid distraction
– Novel sensory integration
– Adjusting/adapting to dynamic environments
– Complex creative/design type tasks
– Rapid decision-making with time pressure
– Troubleshooting vague, ambiguous problems
– Complex social/emotional processing
– Abstract conceptual problem-solving
– Higher-level academic/occupational skills
– Multitasking amid time constraints or distraction
– Learning/navigation without established routines

So in summary, tasks requiring abstract reasoning, novelty processing, complex integration amid ambiguity or competing demands appear to rely more on coordination between frontal, parietal and temporal association regions facilitating higher-order cognitive capabilities.

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