psychobiology

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psychobiology

[¦sī·kō·bī′äl·ə·jē]
(psychology)
The school of psychiatry and psychology in which the individual is considered as the sum of his environment as well as being considered a physical organism.
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One hundred and forty-eight undergraduates enrolled in the biopsychology course at the University of San Diego comprised the sample for the current study.
In biopsychology, balancing the endocrine glands through yoga is the key to balancing mental/emotional states.
There is often a great deal of differentiation within biopsychology, however, made among those who study biological psychology--particularly in how they refer to themselves.
Reiss is affiliated with the psychology department, Hunter College; the biopsychology and behavioral neuroscience department, City U.
Padma Patil, played by Neha Patel, a biopsychology pre-med major, managed to slip out a few questions that students might be asked to answer on a Herbology quiz in professor Sprout's class.
Brain and behavior; an introduction to biopsychology, 2d ed.
To address the underrepresentation of women in the sciences, Mills expanded its science offerings in 2005 by introducing five new bachelor's degrees in biology, biochemistry and molecular biology, biopsychology, chemistry and environmental science.
The Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System in Kansas have given Woodland Hills resident Sanaz Ghaffari a $3,000 scholarship to study biopsychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Holmgren's noteworthy achievements during her presidency also include introduction of new majors in intermedia, public policy, biopsychology, and environmental science, and the distinctive 4+1 degree programs that enable students to earn both a bachelor's and master's degree in five years.
Many behavior analysts, by contrast, would shrink from interdisciplinary work in biopsychology, Toates's field.
The author presents models to explain dogmatism as a personality trait, drawing from traditional and contemporary personality theories, biopsychology, social learning theory, Buddhism, and evolutionary psychology.