Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to psychophysiologic: psychophysiological insomnia


1. Pertaining to psychophysiology.
2. Denoting a so-called psychosomatic illness.
3. Denoting a somatic disorder with significant emotional or psychological etiology.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012


1. Pertaining to psychophysiology.
2. Denoting a psychosomatic illness.
3. Denoting a somatic disorder with significant emotional or psychological etiology.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
All royalties are donated to the Psychophysiologic Disorders Association, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation of which I am president but use of funds is controlled by the board of directors.
Here, as for other types of psychophysiologic studies, the employment of a process-based approach is recommended (54).
Various topics include psychological and physical measurements of stress and developing patient coping strategies; Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for somatic diseases and regenerating tissue; biological and injectable treatments for stress and pain; protecting and repairing neuroimmune damage due to stress; heart rate variability testing and contemplative practices; the psychophysiologic stress response; and the Group Visit model for building social connection.
A simple psychophysiologic technique which elicits the hypometabolic changes of the relaxation response.
The mechanisms include both peripheral and central sensitization, inflammation, sympathetic dysregulation, somatosensory cortex reorganization, genetic factors, and psychophysiologic interactions.
The treatment of disease by Ayurveda is highly individualized and depends on the psychophysiologic status of the patient, particularly in relation to the season of the year [101].
To investigate the psychophysiologic aspects of refractive accommodative esotropia (RAE).
(37.) Pitman RK, Orr SR Psychophysiologic testing for post-traumatic stress disorder: forensic psychiatric application.
The other most commonly used classification system, referred to as the International Classification of Sleep Disorders, in the Revised Diagnostic and Coding Manual, (2005) Produced by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (Edinger, & Means, 2005) lists 10 subtypes of insomnia, namely: adjustment insomnia, psychophysiologic insomnia, paradoxical insomnia, idiopathic insomnia, inadequate sleep hygiene insomnia, insomnia caused by mental disorder, insomnia caused by drug or substance, insomnia caused by medical condition, insomnia unspecified, and physiological (organic) insomnia.
She explores the healing rhythms of nature at three levels: the innate capacities within the individual, or forms of psychophysiologic and biological self-regulation; the rhythms exchanged in relationships, specifically between practitioner and client; and the rhythms and resources people derive from the natural world.
(84.) See, e.g., Alain Brunet et al., Effect of Post-Retrieval Propranolol on Psychophysiologic Responding During Subsequent Script-Driven Traumatic Imagery in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, 42 J.
Joffe, "Psychosocial and psychophysiologic studies of tuberculosis," Psychosomatic Medicine, vol.

Full browser ?