biosocial


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biosocial

[‚bī·ō′sō·shəl]
(zoology)
Pertaining to the interplay of biological and social influences.
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the biosocial scenario --was not the only nor the most characteristic response to the discourse of Agent Orange and dioxin.
We administered three self-report instruments: a biosocial questionnaire designed based on previous studies (10-12), the Work Stress Scale (WSS) (13) and the version of the Ways of Coping Checklist (14) validated for the Portuguese language (15).
Concludes Sander van der Leeuw, co-director of the Biosocial Complexity Initiative and a Foundation Professor in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change: "As an overall theme, I think we can argue that [complexity research] is about developing a new vision for solving so-called 'hairy' problems--problems for which there are no easy solutions because they are too complex, involving too many factors and decisions."
Segun el material consultado, en el area biosocial el terapeuta participa mediante evaluacion, cuidado y tratamiento para <<(...) restaurar, mantener o evitar perdidas motoras, sensoriales y/o cognitivas que puedan resultar de la enfermedad o los tratamientos necesarios>> del paciente oncologico (2,8,9,11,12,15,16,19,23,24,26,27,30-44).
This study was therefore undertaken to describe the role of family biosocial variables in depression in a cross-section of ambulatory adult patients in a primary care clinic in Eastern Nigerian.
In research published online March 8 in the Journal of Biosocial Science, researchers in London, Ontario, found that women who used marijuana while pregnant were almost three times more likely to have a baby with a low birthweight than women who did not use the drug.
Perfil biosocial y academico y nivel de estres en estudiantes de Enfermeria de primero y cuarto anos/Perfil biossocial e academico e nivel de estresse em estudantes de Enfermagem do primeiro e do quarto ano.
Biosocial perspective of consanguineous marriages in rural and urban Swat, Pakistan.
Biosocial determinants of xerophthalmia in under-five children.
The strength of the fully trained professional is related to the depth of teaching the fundamental biomedical and biosocial disciplines.
KEYWORDS: higher education, biosocial sensemaking, identity, college students, race
It is evident that this generation of adolescents encounters different challenges from those of their predecessors, with dissimilar biosocial and probably neurocognitive responses.