Both students and non-scientists will find this CD-ROM an enjoyable introduction to the human brain. The seven sections cover the structure and function of the brain, spinal cord, hearing, vision, and speech. The voice-over gives guidance in the pronunciation of Latin names of various brain substructures. The CD-ROM includes photos, video clips and animations, and a rotatable model of the brain which allows various substructures to be highlighted. The self-testing function allows a continual assessment of understanding, and students can keep their own record of images using the built-in photo album. The textbook 'Neurobiology' by D. Robinson which can be used in conjunction with the CD-ROM can be purchased separately (ISBN 3-540-63546-7) or together with the CD-ROM (ISBN 3-540-63778-8).Methodist churches are arranged into local circuits with, for example, some 30 churches existing in a local area covering ... The problem of finding a suitable preaching timetable involves a variety of idiosyncratic constraints which make it ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Practice and Theory of Automated Timetabling II|
|Author||:||Edmund Burke (Ph. D.), Michael Carter|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1998-08-26|