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This site has information about the anatomy of the human body and brain as well as how the brain interacts with the body. The anatomy portion has basic, interactive diagrams of muscles, skeleton, basic internal organs, and the nervous system. Each section also has interactive games to help reinforce learning.
This material presents solid interactive tutorials, animations, video clips, and presentations about the human mind and body. Areas of focus include senses, organs, skeletal system, muscular systems, nervous system, and puberty in the brain section. The mind section contains information on emotions, intelligence, mental disorders, and a brain map. Overall this site provides a wealth of information related to many aspects of psychology that are worth reviewing. Specifically I thought the puberty interactive demo was a great piece of learning material that could be used with a homework assignment outside of class.
Almost all of the links are fully operations and the quality of the links is very high. This is just a small subset of the BBC Science & Nature website.