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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We would propose to study how women who are now young adults or adults would rate parenting by their fathers post loss of their mothers in relationship to their current psychological and psychobiologic adjustment in adult life.
Beauty and the beast: Psychobiologic and evolutionary perspectives on body dysmorphic disorder.
(2007).Toward a psychobiologic understanding of youth health disparities.
Psychobiologic effects of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine in humans: Methodological considerations and preliminary observations.
Accordingly, it seems appropriate to address this topic by taking a multidisciplinary view (Birrer and Levine, 1987; Borms, 1986; Kentta et al., 2001); we believe that psychobiologic parameterization of training can offer an effective monitoring strategy for child athletes in the detection and prevention of overtraining.
Behavior and neurosis: An experimental psychoanalytic approach to psychobiologic principles.
Doctor's Pedro Ortiz Cabanillas, psychobiologic social dialectic theorie proposes: Conscience is a social encoded information in the neocortex which becomes psychic conscious information.
Psychobiologic correlates of treatment response in schizophrenia.
Some top reasons include medication-overuse headache (formerly known as rebound headache), a wrong diagnosis, and psychobiologic or behavioral barriers to treatment, when a person with chronic daily headache fails to improve.
Computer-based assessment, psychobiologic measures, neural markers of central nervous system activity, and especially the promise of advances in human genetics have the potential to lead to substantial progress in our understanding of the effects of environmental chemicals on fetal and child development.
Psychophysiology of stress in dermatology: The psychobiologic pattern of psychosomatics.