biopsychology

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biopsychology

(ˌbaɪəʊsaɪˈkɒlədʒɪ)
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(Psychology) another name for psychobiology
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Prioritarianism may imply focusing particularly on risks from future technologies, as these may enable the creation of mind states that are worse than the current biopsychological limits.
All the above mentioned personality traits along with societal stereotyping and reduced societal pressure on men, results in less neuroticism score which is in line with the biopsychological processes which states that, both low neuroticism and high extraversion are related to happiness (De Neve & Cooper, 1998).
3) Thus do melanin-based biopsychological topics that bear on Eurasian collective behaving enter as legitimate grist for the behavioral/social science mill.
Biopsychological factors are associated with low back pain in female nursing students: a cross-sectional study.
He includes biopsychological factors, which in some cases affect the quality of commonly espoused premises advanced during election seasons.
these biopsychological aspects of UI, some complications, like chronic
The SALSA and Participation scales are validated tools, based on ICF, which examine the subject according to the biopsychological and social model, enabling a wider perspective regarding assistance.
The improvement in terms of quality of methadone maintenance treatments as biopsychological treatments with proven effectiveness and with adaptability to the different patient profiles and needs is an undeniable objective, as is the opinion of the patients themselves (Fernandez Miranda, 2004; Rodriguez et al, 2002).
It is argued, however, that a modest pragmatic analysis of linguistic norms is defensible, and can illuminate the nature of communication without abandoning a biopsychological perspective.
An Analysis of Phonology and Linguistic Interfaces as a New Case for a Biopsychological Foundation for Linguistics," Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations 15: 203-231.
Biopsychological, affective and cognitive responses to acute physical activity.
Child just as every other patient is biopsychological unity, that is why everything that he or she feels and has to go through, have an influence on his or her behavior and functions of organism [11].