doc. MUDr. Adriana Boleková, adriana.bolekova(at)upjs.sk

How to study and not forget - Principles of brain-compatible learning

Author: Adriana Boleková, Desanka Výbohová, Gabriela Hešková, Dagmar Breznoščáková, Milana Kovaničová, Eva Feketeová, Květuše Lovásová, Ingrid Hodorová, Silvia Rybárová

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The book is primarily intended for first-year university students, but it is suitable for anyone who needs to learn. Students can find here the basic principles of learning, principles of how to preserve knowledge, how to concentrate without wasting time, how not to stress before a test or exam and many other practical tips. By acquiring simple knowledge, students will be able to learn effectively with the principles of brain-compatible learning in a way that they will acquire as much information as possible in the shortest period of time with maximum retention; that is minimal forgetting.

Adriana Boleková et al: How to study and not forget - Principles of brain-compatible learning, Univerzita Pavla Jozefa Šafárika v Košiciach, ŠafárikPress, Košice 2020, ISBN 978-80-8152-897-2.

Topics for practical lessons from Anatomy 1 for students of Dental Medicine

Author: Adriana Boleková, Květuše Lovásová, Dalibor Kolesár

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Topics for practical lessons from Anatomy 1 are developed for students of Dental Medicine and are arranged into weeks according to the study plan. After introduction to anatomy (anatomical planes, directions, movements), there are individual topics that include description of – upper and lower limbs, thorax, abdomen a pelvis. Bones, connections, muscles of head and neck, are depicted in last lessons. 

Anatomy 1 for students of Dental Medicine

Author: Adriana Boleková, Květuše Lovásová, Dalibor Kolesár

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The presentations included here represent a series of lectures for students of Dental Medicine in the first year of study. Individual lectures correlate with recent curriculum of the course and have to be used especially as auxiliary education material specifying basic structures of all presented topics.