psychoneural

psychoneural

 [si″ko-noor´al]
relating to the totality of neural events initiated by a sensory input and leading to storage, to discrimination, or an output of any kind.

psychoneural

/psy·cho·neu·ral/ (-noor´al) relating to the totality of neural events initiated by a sensory input and leading to storage, to discrimination, or an output of any kind.
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He became increasingly convinced, for example, that there were natural norms of psychoneural behavior that fell outside cultural norms, and that the particular strengths of female psychology were not being properly recognized.
Bickle, John (2010), "Has the Last Decade of Challenges to the Multiple Realization Argument Given Aid and Comfort to Psychoneural Reductionists?
factors like type, duration, intensity, and program of the exercise and the use of differentsubjects [20], various complex mechanisms includinghormonal, metabolic and psychoneural stress are alsoknown to have effects on the immune system [22,21].
Buddhist Nominalism and Psychoneural Reductionism Can Help Each
No one doubts the objectivity of the psychoneural events behind our experience of the color red.
Psychoneural reduction of the genuinely cognitive: Some accomplished facts.
This physical behavior (the emission of an electric field) may in fact be highly correlated with the execution of certain cognitive tasks or processes, but this correlation itself does not imply that the measured brain behavior in question is the cause of "mind" or is in any way the psychoneural equivalent of the cognitive feat.
In this paper, that sequence defines the psychoneural relation, situated in the prefrontal cortex and thalamus dorsomedial-amygdala circuit.
The fact that at the moment there is no evidence of detailed psychoneural correlations does not tell us any fundamental fact about the nature of both levels.
The integration of the various sciences of mind and behavior is being effected despite the resistance put up by the old theological and idealist dogma of psychoneural dualism, as well as by radical reductionism.
Professor Arthur Stone is an expert in psychoneural immunology.
When mathematical models are shown to describe a data set reasonably well, they are often erroneously taken as evidence for psychoneural equivalence.