physiological psychology


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physiological psychology

[‚fiz·ē·ə′läj·ə·kəl sī′käl·ə·jē]
(psychology)
The study of the physiological mechanisms or correlates of behavior.
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Publication policy for the Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 44, 1-2.
In addition, courses related to our biological, embodied selves (physiological psychology), our rational capacities (cognitive), our intrinsic relationality (social), our emotional selves (personality; abnormal), and a capstone course should be included in the core.
Piper, who found a convergence between Cabanis' physiological psychology and the pantheistic materialism of the poet's early years.
Students in the General Psychology course during the Spring 2002 semester read the text before a test significantly less than students in the General Psychology course during the Fail 2002 semester, t (75.79) = -2.64, p < .01, Advanced Statistics course, t (42.44) = -3.83,p < .001, Perception course, t (76.67) = -7.56, p < .001, Physiological Psychology course, t (155) = 2.06, p < .05, and Cognitive Psychology course, t (32.60) = -2.84, p < .01.
She continued graduate work with an emphasis on physiological psychology at Berkeley.
Teaching physiological psychology in a multimedia classroom.
For as long as the body is seen as a dense network of nerve fibres with vital spirits quickly relaying sense impressions through its channels, then according to the eighteenth century's physiological psychology, emotions and ideas will also travel through the body with peculiar speed and power.
A college library undoubtedly needs The Origin of Species and Wealth of Nations, but no such argument can be made for Introduction to the History of West Africa (1962), Introduction to Physiological Psychology (1934), General Cytology (1924), or Psychology of Subnormal Children (1920).
The Hazletts' article is a return to the physiological psychology popular earlier this century.
Social psychology as a counterpart to physiological psychology. Psychological Bulletin, 6(12), 401-408.
The curious reader can consult any modern textbook in physiological psychology - or psychobiology, or biopsychology, or neuropsychology.