A coloring guide for students of gross human anatomy, providing an interactive and visual method that enhances learning and memory retention. Clear illustrations with explanatory text are organized by system, giving students an understanding of how structures fit together. Review questions, illustrations to color and label, and identification exercises encourage students to become active participants in the study of anatomy. Twietmeyer teaches kinesiology at Concordia College. McCracken works in the private sector. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This coloring guide serves as an extremely effective tool for students learning human anatomy, as it gives them the opportunity to interactively learn the subject through the act of coloring. New to this edition, the chapters are now organized by system, and the information within chapters has been reformatted to include text on each lefthand page, with corresponding illustrations on righthand pages.