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 (no͝or′ō-bī-ŏl′ə-jē, nyo͝or′-)
The biological study of the nervous system.

neu′ro·bi′o·log′i·cal (-bī′ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
neu′ro·bi·ol′o·gist n.


(Biology) of or pertaining to neurobiology
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Adj.1.neurobiological - of or relating to the biological study of the nervous system
Adv.1.neurobiological - with respect to neurobiology; "explain the phenomenon neurobiologically"
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271) As charitable giving can be neurobiologically linked to these phenomena, such knowledge can guide policymakers in better crafting incentives to increase charitable giving.
Cathy Caruth explains that post-traumatic stress disorder "reflects the direct imposition on the mind of the unavoidable reality of horrific events, the taking over of the mind, psychically and neurobiologically, by an event that it cannot control" (Caruth 1996: 58).
Assigning a Mock Trial as an out of class assignment for course credit (and/or extra credit) is one way to promote students to see how a theology of agency as a neurobiologically emergent property and the criminal justice system intersect.
Neurobiologically Informed Trauma Therapy With Children and Adolescents: Understanding Mechanisms of Change
Words we read, hear, and use, activate established neurobiologically stored values, memories, images, beliefs, ideas, thoughts, feelings, meanings, etc.
His team's observations show that math anxiety is neurobiologically similar to other kinds of anxiety or phobias, he said.
There is general agreement that LD are neurobiologically based, involve cognitive processes, and affect learning.
While Michael Gazzaniga, who formerly worked together with Sperry on the split-brain patients, still hopes that we might identify and live more fully by "a universal set of ethics, built into our brains" (Gazzaniga 2005:xix), William Casebeer already draws the tentative conclusion that "the moral psychology required by virtue theory is the most neurobiologically plausible" (Casebeer 2003:841) and suggests jointly with Patricia Churchland that the investigation of brain processing related to moral decisions "may allow us to eliminate certain moral theories as being psychologically and neurobiologically unrealistic" (Casebeer and Churchland 2003:171).
Neurobiologically, the association makes sense, Dr.
Rather than focusing on personality issues that are poorly defined neurobiologically, this review addresses those psychiatric disorders that are relatively common in patients with TBI, have been identified in the general population, and have associated treatment options.
If extant apes, in general, possess a rudimentary theory of mind, then it is both phylogenetically parsimonious and neurobiologically sound to propose that the australopithecines, with their higher relative brain volumes, also possessed at least a rudimentary theory of mind.