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psychobiology

 [si″ko-bi-ol´o-je]
1. biopsychology; a field of study examining the relationship between brain and mind, studying the effect of biological influences on psychological functioning or mental processes.
2. a psychiatric theory in which the human being is viewed as an integrated unit, incorporating psychological, social, and biological functions, with behavior a function of the total organism. adj., adj psychobiolog´ical.
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bi·o·psy·chol·o·gy

(bī'ō-sī-kol'ō-jē),
An interdisciplinary area of study involving psychology, biology, physiology, biochemistry, the neural sciences, and related fields.
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biopsychology

(bī′ō-sī-kŏl′ə-jē)
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bi·o·psy·chol·o·gy

(bī'ō-sī-kol'ŏ-jē)
An interdisciplinary area of study involving psychology, biology, physiology, biochemistry, the neural sciences, and related fields.
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The improvement in terms of quality of methadone maintenance treatments as biopsychological treatments with proven effectiveness and with adaptability to the different patient profiles and needs is an undeniable objective, as is the opinion of the patients themselves (Fernandez Miranda, 2004; Rodriguez et al, 2002).
It is argued, however, that a modest pragmatic analysis of linguistic norms is defensible, and can illuminate the nature of communication without abandoning a biopsychological perspective.
Biopsychological, affective and cognitive responses to acute physical activity.
Child just as every other patient is biopsychological unity, that is why everything that he or she feels and has to go through, have an influence on his or her behavior and functions of organism [11].
In contrast, Turkish patients usually conceptualized depressive experience as social/life problems or emotional reactions to situations resulting mainly from familial or social conflicts and did not have a notion of the biopsychological facts.
Any philosophy of language according to which natural languages are contingent objects ultimately logically grounded in the spatiotemporal (1) world I will here refer to as "Linguistic Naturalism:" the biopsychological theory of natural languages.