biopsychology


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bi·o·psy·chol·o·gy

 (bī′ō-sī-kŏl′ə-jē)

biopsychology

(ˌbaɪəʊsaɪˈkɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Psychology) another name for psychobiology
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The author is the president and owner of a biopsychology research company.
Adams earned a bachelor's degrees in biochemistry and biopsychology from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 1997.
The fourth area identified by the faculty as having the least interest for their students involved issues related to science, including foundational principles, biopsychology and evolution.
It demonstrates that phonological units and phonological grammars are both essentially rooted in human biopsychology.
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5) Cognitive and Experimental Psychology: Perception, memory and attention; Decision making and problem-solving; Concept formation, reasoning and judgment; Language processing; Learning skills and education; Cognitive Neuroscience; Computer analogies and information processing (Artificial Intelligence and computer simulations); Social and cultural factors in the cognitive approach; Experimental methods, research and statistics; and Biopsychology.
The biopsychology of impulsivity: focus on brain serotonin.
William Struthers moves beyond the typical lecture-discussion format of many biopsychology courses to describe additional teaching strategies that engage students around three integrative themes--embodi-ment, emergent agency, and enhancement.
Each student is required to prepare and deliver a training session to the medical residents on a behavioral health topic of mutual interest, such as the biopsychology of trauma, body image and adolescence, and a primer on mood disorders.