Does spatial ability help the learning of anatomy in a biomedical science course?

@article{Sweeney2014DoesSA,
  title={Does spatial ability help the learning of anatomy in a biomedical science course?},
  author={K. Sweeney and Jennifer A Hayes and Neville G Chiavaroli},
  journal={Anatomical sciences education},
  year={2014},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={289-94}
}
A three-dimensional appreciation of the human body is the cornerstone of clinical anatomy. Spatial ability has previously been found to be associated with students' ability to learn anatomy and their examination performance. The teaching of anatomy has been the subject of major change over the last two decades with the reduction in time spent on dissection and greater use of web-based and computer-based resources. In this study, we examine whether the relationship between spatial ability and… CONTINUE READING