psychoendocrinology

psy·cho·en·do·cri·nol·o·gy

(sī'kō-en'dō-krĭ-nol'ŏ-jē),
Study of the interrelationships between endocrine function and mental states, incorporating the idea that variation in physiological hormonal response to stress is related to psychological variables that determine the specific emotional response to that stress. See: fight or flight response, relaxation response, emergency theory.

psychoendocrinology

[sī′kō·en′dōkrinol′əjē]
the study of the relationship between endocrinology and psychology.
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Contributing articles relevant to medical psychology will originate from disciplines such as: basic sciences, psychology, psychiatry, neurology, psychopharmacology, psychoendocrinology, psychobiology, geriatrics, rehabilitation medicine, epidemiology, anthropology, biostatistics and psychosomatic medicine.
The psychoendocrinology of female sexuality: A research project.