If you are a psychology major, chances are that human anatomy is one of your required general education courses. As a psychology student, it is essential to understand the biological and physiological influences on the mind and behavior. By studying human anatomy and physiology, you will learn more about the various parts of the human body, how these structures function and how they interact with the brain.
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Regina Bailey, black-rose-bielefeld.de's Guide to Biology, explains, "The study of human anatomy gives us a better understanding of the structures of the body and how they work. When taking a basic anatomy course, your goal should be to learn and understand the structures and functions of the major body systems. It is important to remember that organ systems don't just exist as individual units. Each system depends on the others, either directly or indirectly, to keep the body functioning normally."
Learn more about human anatomy and physiology by checking out the following resources:
- The Study of Human Anatomy
- Human Anatomy Quiz
- The Nervous System and Endocrine System
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