physiological drive

physiological drive

n.
A drive that stems from the biological needs of an organism. Also called primary drive.
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Controlling appetite is a fundamental basic physiological drive which in turn is connected to many other aspects of physiology, in particular fertility and the immune response.
Controlling appetite is a fundamental basic physiological drive, which in turn is, connected to many other aspects of physiology, in particular fertility and the immune response.
The death drive is both an internal physiological drive and a metaphysical force, is the source of aggression, and has a physiological grounding, places psychic phenomena within psychosomatic feedback processes, and is a metaphysical principle that recognizes and unifies negative aspects of human life.
By arriving at a party too hungry, you'll fight an urgent physiological drive to eat and will likely succumb to overeating.
Food is a primal need, and hunger is our first physiological drive.
Physiological drives are stimulated by (1)external stimuli, (2) tissue needs, or (3) hormonal substances in the blood.
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