Anatomy Basics Vol. 3 Muscles Of The Trunk (more than 90 recordings) is the third in this series of four apps (more than 350 recordings) created to help students master the basics of human anatomy.
Originally developed as a study aid for graduate students in the allied healthcare fields, these apps provide a review of the human musculoskeletal anatomy thats appropriate for a range of students, from medical school to high school-level Advanced Placement (AP) Anatomy and Physiology.
Vol. 3 contains more than 90 audio recordings in English and color-coordinated text covering more than 50 muscles of the region and an additional 40 definitions such as anatomical position, eversion and more to help students master the basics of human anatomy.
It takes the guesswork out of complex medical pronunciations and reinforces use of the words. This is particularly valuable to those without pre-medical background or for students for whom English is a second language (ESL students).
Each of the audio recordings of the muscles includes a color-coordinated text review of the origin, insertion, main action(s) and innervation so students can spend their time mastering the information they need to be successful, not searching for it.
Supplemental information has also been provided, when appropriate, for students studying at a graduate level, and the Study Aid section is filled with definitions that students will refer to again and again. Its like having a tutor of musculoskeletal anatomy on call for you, day and night.
Learning styles differ among students. The VAK learning style uses the three main sensory receivers: Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic (movement) to determine the dominant learning style. It is sometimes known as VAKT (Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, & Tactile).
With this in mind we understand that some students learn better with visual stimuli (typed words or images) (right side brain dominance), others learn better with auditory stimuli (spoken words) (left side brain dominance) and some learn better with kinesthetic or tactile learning (left or right side dominance) exercises. Anatomy Basics apps provide both auditory and visual stimuli to meet the needs of both student groups, engaging both hemispheres of the brain.
As the diversity of our students increase, so to do the learning needs of our students. In a lecture hall you only hear the information once, with Anatomy Basics youre in control.
- Play List features an alphabetical listing of the muscles of the region.
- Study Aid section is filled with definitions needed to master the fundamentals of anatomy.
- Play All Feature (for hands free operation).
- Shuffle Feature (to randomize the audio sequence).
- Centralized list of study materials.
- Audio review of all the muscles included in the region.
- Color-coordinated text review of the origin, insertion, main action(s) and innervation of the muscles.
- Audio review of all the definitions.
- Mobile, available to study when you are.
When studying for a career in healthcare, knowing and thoroughly understanding human anatomy is critical to success. This app is appropriate and useful for students studying in a variety of healthcare-related fields, including:
- Athletic Trainers,
- Dietitians / Nutritionists,
- Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs),
- Massage Therapists,
- Medical Coding / Medical Transcription Specialists,
- Naturopathic Doctors,
- Nurses (RN, BSN, NP),
- Occupational Therapists,
- Pharmacy Technicians,
- Physiotherapists (Physical Therapists),
- Physicians Assistants,
- Speech Therapists,
- X-Ray Technicians,
Anatomy Basics Your first step to mastering human anatomy.
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