Mobility Dunn et al. (1986) found that student’s results on recognition and memory tasks improved significantly when their mobility preferences were met. If you have a preference for mobility, then make sure you find a place to study that allows you to move freely. If you like to move when you study, even a simple … Continue reading Preparing for Study – Prepare Your Body
Coronal section of the left side of the mandible and adjacent structures, just behind the first molar tooth, viewed from behind
Thyroid gland and front aspect of the neck Left submandibular region of the neck
Did you know that your physical environment affects your cognitive performance?. While there probably isn’t a great deal you can do to modify or improve your classroom or lecture theatre, you can take responsibility for your home study environment, so why not make it as effective as possible for you? There are many different aspects … Continue reading Preparing for Study – Prepare Your Environment
Right lower face and posterior triangle of neck. The fat in the lower part of the triangle overlies deeper structures. The accessory nerve has been depicted taking a lower than usual course through the posterior triangle. The transverse cervical and suprascapular arteries are usually deep to the inferior belly of omohyoid.
Deep cervical fascia of one half of the neck, showing its four components: Investing layer Pretracheal layer Prevertebral layer Carotid sheath.
THE LEARNING PARADOX Here we explore the learning paradox, and help you identify your personal learning profile and your current learning behaviours. TRY THIS At this point, ask yourself if you have ever received any advice on how to learn more effectively. Why was the advice given? How did you act on it? What was … Continue reading Become An Effective Learner