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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By demonstrating the interdependence of morphology and syntax, given the already-established interdependence of morphology and phonology (and of phonology and biopsychology), one can ultimately defend the grounding of syntax, too, in biopsychology.
She focuses on biopsychology, with particular interests in gender and sexuality, food, emotions, and moral judgment.
Much of her professional scholarship has addressed the historiography of behavior analysis in relation to other disciplines, especially biopsychology.
Different settings themselves relate back to the biopsychology of drinking.
During the last ten years, hair cortisol measurement has become an increasingly accepted approach in endocrinology and biopsychology.
They discuss the nature of psychology and careers available, as well as choosing a major, the benefits of a psychology major, and succeeding as a student, then careers for baccalaureate and graduate degree holders in clinical, counseling, school, health, sport, experimental, cognitive, quantitative, social, consumer, and developmental psychology; law and psychology; biopsychology, cognitive neuroscience, and clinical neuropsychology; and industrial/organizational psychology and human factors.
Stephany Biello, professor of neuroscience and biopsychology at the University of Glasgow, said: "This is a recognised medical condition and I think a lot of people who are diagnosed with depression actually have a seasonal disorder that hasn't been diagnosed.
She holds a degree in BioPsychology from Brooklyn College and is a nationally Board Certified Biofeedback Therapist.
Over the past eight years, she has mentored 26 biology, biochemistry, and biopsychology majors on independent research projects in behavioral ecology.
The reader may wish to fathom why the knee-jerk negativism toward the biopsychology investigation of melanin, especially the neuromelanin of the central nervous system.
3] Biopsychology Group, Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK