reflexological

reflexological

(ˌriːflɛksəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
(Complementary Medicine) of or relating to reflexology
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
In a recent work, Oliveira and collaborators (2011) evaluated the neurobehavioral, reflexological and physical development of the rat offspring exposed to ayahuasca during pregnancy and lactation (from the sixth day of pregnancy to the tenth day of lactation).
The Methods of Reflexological and Psychological Investigation.
Spiral Dynamics (Cowan & Todorovic 2000; Dinan 1999) Colour Description Country example Beige Archaic, instinctive, survivalistic, automatic, reflexological "Express instinctively and automatically for biological survival.
They used an electroencephalograph (EEG) and an electrocardiograph (ECG) to measure brain activity and heart activity respectively during reflexological stimulation.
The only remaining affinity between the sociological and the reflexological notions of consciousness was self-referentiality.
Taken as an explanation, "eye-hand coordination" is a kind of radical reflexological theory that says environmental stimuli act on the eye and subsequently control behavior, but even in the simplest tracking task (not to mention instances of successful eating or driving), there is no independent antecedent stimulus to control behavior as a dependent variable.