Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to psychophysiology.
- adj. Of or pertaining to psychophysiology
- psycho- + physiological (Wiktionary)
“Worrying - and then worrying that the worrying is keeping you awake - can create a kind of learned or conditioned sleep problem that's called psychophysiological insomnia.”
“Lying in bed for a long time can condition a person and lead to the development of psychophysiological insomnia.”
“Fortunately I can fall asleep, which helps me rule out a component of psychophysiological conditioned insomnia.”
“Others see the reactions primarily as conditioned responses triggered by preparation for a memorial, for example, or an awareness of the coming of the season of loss, producing a variety of psychophysiological reactions.”
“As the days pass, our participants discover and discuss new possibilities of psychophysiological self-regulation - breathing deeply to relax in spite of the anxious anticipation of leading a group for the first time, or to find a calm place from which to encounter memories of family members "martyred" by violence.”
“Three biological humors or psychophysiological ene...”
“Whitbeck defines health in terms of the psychophysiological capacities of an individual that support her “goals, projects and aspirations in a wide variety of situations”.”
“At such a time, Takuan says, a spiritual life-energy of psychophysiological nature, called”
“To this effect it holds that it is through a practical transformation of the psychophysiological constitution of one's being that one prepares for embodying nondiscriminatory wisdom.”
“It's a lot easier to admit that you're sick than to admit that you're unhappy. [break; drop cap] In the late 19th century, people suffered from what physicians diagnosed as neurasthenia – a sort of psychophysiological malaise that historians linked to anxiety surrounding the rapid urbanization and industrial advancements of that century.”
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