somatopsychic


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somatopsychic

 [so″mah-to-si´kik]
pertaining to both mind and body; relating to the effects of the body on the mind.

so·ma·to·psy·chic

(sō'mă-tō-sī'kik),
Relating to the body-mind relationship; the study of the effects of the body on the mind, as opposed to psychosomatic, which is mind on body.
[somato- + G. psychē, soul]

somatopsychic

/so·ma·to·psy·chic/ (so″mah-to-si´kik) pertaining to both mind and body; relating to the effects of the body on the mind.

so·ma·to·psy·chic

(sō'mă-tō-sī'kik)
Relating to the body-mind relationship; the study of the effects of the body on the mind, as opposed to psychosomatic, which refers to the effects of mind on body.
[somato- + G. psychē, soul]

somatopsychic

Psychosomatic. Pertaining to both body and mind.

so·ma·to·psy·chic

(sō'mă-tō-sī'kik)
Relating to body-mind relationship; study of effects of body on mind.
[somato- + G. psychē, soul]
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