biopsychology


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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.

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.

biopsychology

/bio·psy·chol·o·gy/ (bi″o-si-kol´ah-je) psychobiology (1).

biopsychology

(bī′ō-sī-kŏl′ə-jē)

biopsychology

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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Patrick Nelson, of Clinton, received a bachelor's degree in biopsychology, cum laude, from Tufts University's School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering May 23.
Professor Tim Kirkham, an authority on the biopsychology of appetite at the University of Liverpool, added: "Novel, effective anti-obesity treatments must address these different factors.
Berkhout's credentials and qualifications also included: a doctorate degree in physiology and biopsychology from the University of Chicago, certification as a professional ergonomist since 1993, membership to the editorial board for Human Factors Journal since 1992, and experience consulting with various international ergonomists.
WHAT'S SO WRONG WITH BEING ABSOLUTELY RIGHT: THE DANGEROUS NATURE OF DOGMATIC BELIEF uses traditional and modern personality theories, biopsychology, and social learning theories to discuss dogmatism and its traits.
Gladue, "The Biopsychology of Sexual Orientation," Current Directions in Psychological Science 3 (1994) 150-54; Dean Hamer and Peter Copeland, Living with Our Genes: Why They Matter More Than You Think (New York: Doubleday, 1998) 182-99: D.
as well as the contributors, were professors of psychiatry, psychology, and biopsychology at universities in the US and Canada.
In Part 1, the editor looks at the cognitive revolution, developments in biopsychology, transpersonal therapy and social constructivism.
Associate Professor of Biopsychology, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0505 E-mail: cathy.
Undergraduate students routinely rated science-related courses such as biopsychology as intimidating and very difficult.
5) For example, Mortimer asserts that Faulkner's male narrators associate masculinity with "the wildness and fragility of horses" and Faulkner's women "are frequently likened to cows" (55), Victor Strandberg more elaborately suggests that for Faulkner, "the biopsychology of sex seemed most forcefully expressed through animal imagery, associating fertile women with cows (Dewey Dell, the Snopes girls), married men with domesticated animals like dogs or mules (Anse Bundren and Vernon Tull), and Superior Males with wild or imperfectly tamed horses (Jewel Bundren, Thomas Sutpen).
Ranging in age from 17 to 52, participants were recruited from various psychology classes including the courses of Introductory Psychology, Biopsychology, Survey of Human Development, and Counseling Psychology.
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