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Physics Including Human Applications Textbook and Supporting Materials

This textbook was written by Harold Q Fuller, Richard M. Fuller, and Robert G. Fuller (Fuller3) and published in 1978. The entire book is available, by chapter, as pdf files here: Textbook

The Study Guide to Accompany Fuller, Fuller and Fuller Physics Including Human Applications was written by Thomas C. Campbell and Robert G. Fuller. The lead author was Thomas C. Campbell. The entire study guide is to be available, by chapter, as pdf files here: Study Guide

The Laboratory Manual to Accompany Fuller, Fuller and Fuller Physics Including Human Applications was written by Harold Q Fuller, Richard M. Fuller, and Robert G. Fuller. The lead author was Richard M. Fuller. The entire laboratory manual is to be available, by chapter, as pdf files here: Laboratory Manual

The Instructor's Manual to to Accompany Fuller, Fuller and Fuller Physics Including Human Applications was written by Harold Q Fuller, Richard M. Fuller, and Robert G. Fuller. The lead author was Robert G. Fuller. The entire instructor's manual is to be available, by chapter, as pdf files here: Instructor's Manual

Studies in Motion Laserdisc

This laserdisc was an interactive videodisc created by Robert G. Fuller and Dean A. Zollman and published in 1983. It contained film clips of ballet, diving, and gymnastics motions with physics learning activities that made use of them. The media from the laserdisc and some suggested activities are available in digital format here: LD Web

Understanding Human Motion CD

This CD of multimedia resources on human motion was produced for distribution at the AAPT Summer 2003 Meeting. CD Web Site .

Multimedia Used in HPP Activities

Many of the HPP activities and labs use video and animation multimedia resources. These are collected here: HPP Media

Flash-VidDat

This web site contains links to a Flash-based application that allows the user to obtain position data from a video or animation on a web page. Application web site

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