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Human Anatomy & Physiology, Part 1 is a college introductory-level text read in a conversational manner. Within each section key words and concepts are introduced and discussed. The audio format allows students to make the most of their time by giving them the freedom to study by listening. 

The topics covered in this book include: (1) Anatomical Positions; (2) Tissues; (3) The Integumentary System; (4) The Skeletal and Muscular Systems; (5) Bone Growth and Repair; (6) Nervous Tissue; (7) The Central Nervous System; (8) Nerves and Synapses; and (9) The Peripheral Nervous System. 

Human Anatomy & Physiology, Part 1 is an ideal review for nursing students, biology students, students reviewing for the MCAT and students reviewing for the GRE in biology.

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Too fast

If you're looking for notes to pass a test, this is the book for you. If you're looking for an actual understanding of the body, this is NOT the book you want. It's not "conversational". I kind of felt like I was getting regurgitated on. Pretty disappointing that I wasted my money on this.