Help your students maximize their study time, improve their performance on exams, and succeed in the course with this updated Study Guide to accompany Memmler's The Human Body in Health and Disease, 14e. The questions in this edition have been fully updated and revised to reflect the changes within the main text and the labeling and coloring exercises are taken from the illustrations designed for the book. Filled with empowering self-study tools and learning activities for every learning style, this practical Study Guide follows the organization of the main text chapter by chapter, helping students every step of the way toward content mastery. The variety of learning activities, with three main components, are designed to facilitate student learning of all aspects of anatomy, physiology, and the effects of disease, not merely to test knowledge.
Addressing the Learning Objectives: Designed to be completed as students read through each chapter, this section includes labeling, coloring, matching, and short answer exercises.
Making the Connections: Completing a concept map helps students integrate information from multiple learning objectives.
Testing Your Knowledge: This section utilizes multiple choice, true/false, completion, short answer, and essay questions to identify areas requiring further study. This section also includes “Practical Applications” questions which use clinical situations to test students’ mastery of a subject.
Answers to Study Guide questions are available on the instructor’s website on thePoint site for the main text.