Definitions

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  • adjective Pertaining to illnesses of the body caused by neurological dysfunctions.

Etymologies

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neuro- +‎ somatic, coined by Jay Goldstein.

Examples

  • But now, recognizing real neurological differences that cause this, thanks to modern brain scans in part, doctors are using the brand-new word "neurosomatic," which is much more validating.

    A Talk with Paula Kamen, author of All in My Head

  • Founded and directed by neurosomatic researcher, author and coach Dr. M. A. Greenstein, GGI serves individuals and organizations at local, national and global levels.

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  • It's fascinating and important to understand for reasons of realising how priming predisposes us to certain ways of reacting (and in a sense we see that underlying the temptation story in Genesis) and also demonstrates the way that language is rooted in our bodily - neurosomatic - experience / being.

    Nouslife

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