Organ Systems – Nervous System (BSC1085 A&P I)

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  • UniversityUniversity of Central Florida
  • AreaHealth and sports sciences
  • CourseHuman Anatomy and Physiology I
  • Course CodeBSC1085
  • ProfessorJefferey Squires
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  • Authoraalqallaf
  • Created2015
  • Pages37
  • Approved27 December 2017

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These notes are a comprehensive and well detailed outline that help structure the full lecture contents of the Nervous System within the BSC1085 Anatomy and Physiology course in a way that was easy for me to remember, review, and most of all understand. To achieve this outline I set up word to use headers at all nine levels with a more conventional indenting outline showing details within the header levels. This allows one to easily skim the notes through the headers pain and navigate to the sections the most want to review within seconds rather than searching laboriously through the document without ever finding what one really needs. It also allows one to quiz themselves as they can find the header and then try to recall the information about the topic listed under that header before clicking the header to double check themselves. All in all it worked very well for me and the people I shared it with in class and I think it will work well for others too.

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