Are you learning about the brain in psychology or science class? If you need to memorize the parts of the human brain in preparation for a test or quiz, then take a look at the free human brain diagrams I’ve created below. Print them out as a study guide, so that you can ace your exam.
These human diagram printables may be printed and saved for your personal and educational use. They have been created as a study resource for students, a reference image for artists, and as a printable for teachers. Commercial use is prohibited.
Labeled Human Brain Diagram
The labeled human brain diagram contains labels for: The frontal lobe, parietal lobe, temporal lobe, occipital lobe, cerebellum, and brainstem. The diagram is available in 3 versions. The first version is color coded by section. The second version is the natural color of the human brain, and the third version is black and white.
To download a brain diagram, right-click on the diagram illustration and press “Save Link As…” A high-solution jpeg will be saved to your computer.
Unlabeled Human Brain Diagram
Next, here are 3 unlabeled human brain diagrams. Students can print these and practice labeling the parts of the human brain in preparation for a psychology, biology, or anatomy quiz or test.
Blank Human Brain Diagram
Finally, here is a set of blank human brain diagrams. These may be useful for teachers to include in posters, presentations, and other learning materials in their classroom.
2 thoughts on “Human Brain Diagram – Labeled, Unlabled, and Blank”
thank you this was very helpful, but i need the date published for my biblogarphy for my project.
Applicable and helpful