Human Physiology

John Redden, Joe Crivello

In this text, the authors emphasize the organizing principles of physiology and discuss the major organ systems with a student-centric, learning-focused approach. Interactive features, illustrations and real-world clinical case studies help students visualize the structures and tissues of the human body, keeping them actively engaged while learning the in-depth material. It is also fully customizable for instructors, allowing you to tailor the content to match how your students learn best.

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Table of Contents for Human Physiology

  • About this Course
  • Module 1: Introduction to Physiology
  • Module 2: Cell Structure and Function
  • Module 3: Bone Physiology
  • Module 4: Excitable Cells
  • Module 5: Muscle Physiology
  • Module 6: Central Nervous System
  • Module 7: General Sensation
  • Module 8: Specialized Senses
  • Module 9: Motor Control
  • Module 10: Autonomic Nervous System
  • Module 11: Endocrine System
  • Module 12: Blood
  • Module 13: Heart

Key features

  • Interactive 3D Models help students visualize the the structures and tissues of the human body
  • "Focus on Disease" and "In the Clinic" call out sections give students an introduction to the pathology that can occur in various body systems, and indicates the relevance to medical professions
  • Questions, artwork, and videos are embedded throughout each chapter to keep students engaged