OK! A blind guy is sending you to an article about a visual task. I do get it though. There’s been a tremendous growth in adult colouring books and this is one of the benefits.
I also remember decades ago, when I was learning my anatomy, there was a book called The Anatomy Colouring Book. It was aimed for the serious students of anatomy. I do remember how it was fairly relaxing when I was able to colour these books. We also know that when we are relaxed we learn faster.
If you’re interested have a read of the article, it can be a great excuse to get some more of those adult colouring books!
The article below is provided by University of the West of England.
Taking up colouring can help reduce stress and improve creativity in adults, a study by a researcher at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has revealed. Together with her fellow researchers, psychologist Dr. Nicola Holt carried out two studies with undergraduate students to study the benefits of colouring in pictures.