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- adj. Of or pertaining to neurophysiology
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- Pertaining to neurophysiology.
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- adj. of or concerned with neurophysiology
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In her book "The Bond," journalist and award-winning author Lynne McTaggart describes the science behind our neurophysiological hardwiring around cooperating, belonging and bonding.
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.
Stress neurobiology and neurophysiological correlates of stress-induced pathology
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.”
That religion is a product of neurophysiological engagement?
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.
Although conflict has many aspects, one that warfighters and policy makers often talk about is the motivation to fight, which undoubtedly has its origins in the brain and is reflected in peripheral neurophysiological processes, the NRC report notes.
The models can be extended to capture the entire brain, except for a lack of computational speed, computer memory, and the necessary neuroanatomical, neurophysiological, and neurochemical details.
In fact, what little evidence there is from present-day brain research suggests that from a neurophysiological viewpoint, the real numbers - our sense of continuous number - is more basic than the natural numbers, which appear to build upon the continuous number sense by way of our language capacityFascinating.
Clinical, socio-demographic, neurophysiological and neuropsychiatric evaluation of children with volatile substance addiction.