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Integrative Anatomy ReviewRobert Tyler Morris
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Integrative Anatomy Review

(First Edition)
Robert Tyler Morris

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-5165-0243-1, 310 pages

©2018

Description
Integrative Anatomy Review provides readers with high-yield information while creating a dynamic working model. The text is based on an approach that begins with a discussion of essential concepts followed by select human cadaver views, concept maps, and synthesis exercises. Students work towards integrating even the most challenging information through retrieval-based learning.

Six regions of interest are studied in this edition, including the back, lower limbs, upper limbs, neck, head, and thorax. In collaboration with 4D Anatomy, the reader can gain access to an extensive library of prosected cadaver images to further supplement the text. Developed with the goal of giving readers access to a unique style of learning that maximizes their chances for success, Integrative Anatomy Review is well-suited to courses in undergraduate human anatomy. It is also an excellent supplemental text for health professional students.

Biography
Robert Tyler Morris earned his Ph.D. in medical physiology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and completed a 3 year post-doctoral fellowship at Vanderbilt University as a scientist-educator in the School of Medicine. Dr. Morris is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at Missouri State University, where he teaches clinical anatomy to undergraduate and health professional students. His research has been published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, the American Journal of Physiology, Cardiovascular Diabetology, and the Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology. Dr. Morris is a member of the American Association of Anatomists and the American Physiological Society.