neurophysiological love

neurophysiological

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to neurophysiology.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to neurophysiology

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  • adjective of or concerned with neurophysiology

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Examples

  • In her book "The Bond," journalist and award-winning author Lynne McTaggart describes the science behind our neurophysiological hardwiring around cooperating, belonging and bonding.

    Mitchell J. Rabin: Advancing the Conscious Business Paradigm of Cooperative Winning

  • Stress neurobiology and neurophysiological correlates of stress-induced pathology

    Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Fellowship

  • There is a God-shaped void that evolution created in our brain through a number of needs, such as the desire for power, knowledge, love, and goodness, along with our neurophysiological bias toward hidden causes.

    A “God-Shaped-Hole” Shaped Hole

  • Nevertheless, over a four-day period, Matthew was subjected to “a colonoscopy, a barium meal and follow-through, an MRI scan of his brain, a lumbar puncture . . . an EEG and other neurophysiological tests, and a variety of blood and urine tests.”

    The Panic Virus

  • Nevertheless, over a four-day period, Matthew was subjected to “a colonoscopy, a barium meal and follow-through, an MRI scan of his brain, a lumbar puncture . . . an EEG and other neurophysiological tests, and a variety of blood and urine tests.”

    The Panic Virus

  • Nevertheless, over a four-day period, Matthew was subjected to “a colonoscopy, a barium meal and follow-through, an MRI scan of his brain, a lumbar puncture . . . an EEG and other neurophysiological tests, and a variety of blood and urine tests.”

    The Panic Virus

  • That religion is a product of neurophysiological engagement?

    Is the Supernatural Only Natural?

  • That religion is a product of neurophysiological engagement?

    Is the Supernatural Only Natural?

  • I assume that he can make a reasonably principled decision about whom to put on a panel at the next conference on Dark Matter without finding a neuroscientist from the year 2075 to scan every candidate's brain and assess it for neurophysiological competence in the relevant physics.

    Sam Harris: Toward a Science of Morality

  • That religion is a product of neurophysiological engagement?

    Is the Supernatural Only Natural?

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