The Physiology Coloring Book

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Harper & Row, 1987 - Coloring books - 154 pages
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Designed for independent learning, this book teaches the key concepts of physiology in an easy-to-understand way by inviting readers to colour in more than 150 pages of outline drawings.

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Review: The Physiology Coloring Book

User Review  - Allison - Goodreads

This isn't actually a joke. I'm sure I'll use this again during med school physiology, but it was definitely a great supplement to my undergrad physiology course. I didn't color anything (maybe over ... Read full review

Review: The Physiology Coloring Book

User Review  - Allison - Goodreads

This isn't actually a joke. I'm sure I'll use this again during med school physiology, but it was definitely a great supplement to my undergrad physiology course. I didn't color anything (maybe over ... Read full review

About the author (1987)

Wynn Kapit graduated from the University of Miami, attended the Art Center School in Los Angeles, and received a Masters in Painting from the University of California at Berkley. He also took a class in human anatomy at San Francisco City College. While taking that class, he realized that he could coloring the subject's drawings helped him learn the topic. Kapit, a former graphic designer, and Lawrence Elson, the class instructor, created The Anatomy Coloring Book (1977) which also served as a foundation for The Physiology Coloring Book (1987) and The Geography Coloring Book (1991).

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