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Anatomy & Physiology

Learn how to find books, articles and other resources related to anatomy and physiology.

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Researching an Anatomy or Physiology Topic

Anatomical drawing of human torso from 1914 anatomy textbook.This guide will help you locate books, articles, and other sources that can help with your anatomy and physiology research.

There are several types of sources you will want to look for in researching your anatomy and physiology assignments:

1. Print books: these resources live in the library (whether in the stacks, the reference area, or at the reserve desk) and some may be checked out for as long as 28 days.

2. Ebooks: many reference books, nonfiction books, and fiction books can be found in electronic format.

3. Articles: come from periodicals (newspapers, magazines and scholarly journals). The library owns some periodicals in print and gives you access to many more via our online databases.

4. Suggested Websites: credible websites for anatomy and physiology information.

5. Films and Videos: links to films on anatomy and physiology topics.

 

Cunningham's Text-book of anatomy (1914). By Cunningham, D. J. (Daniel John), 1850-1909; Robinson, Arthur, b. 1862, ed [No restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons.