Isn't the frontal lobe characterized for decision-making tasks? Secondly, do
a search for Paul Broca. Maybe it will give some insight, though he (Broca)
found out more on pathways concerning human speech (as in verbal
expression). My guess is that restraints would be temporalily lost as well
as making coherent speech, though I might be wrong.
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>> What symptoms would I experience if communication between my frontal
> cortex and the rest of my brain was temporarily lost?