nonpathological love

nonpathological

Definitions

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  • adjective Not pathological.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ pathological

Examples

  • After a quick catalog of his exploits, she writes: "We don't have Carson's genetic profile, of course, but this neophiliac's peripetetic behavior and high-speed arousal-adaptation response to the new suggest that he could well have carried a normal, nonpathological variant, or allele, of a dopamine receptor gene called DRD4."

    Taking a Novel Approach to Life

  • As portrayed in plays and popular books of the time, utsushô described a nonpathological—indeed, a respected—way of being.

    Crazy Like Us

  • “The high-amplitude gamma activity found in some of these practitioners are, to our knowledge, the highest reported in the literature in a nonpathological context” -RJD*

    Psychology and Buddhism Today

  • “The high-amplitude gamma activity found in some of these practitioners are, to our knowledge, the highest reported in the literature in a nonpathological context” -RJD*

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • My personal take on the abduction "epidemic" is that many reports can indeed be attributed to novel -- if perfectly nonpathological -- mental states.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Five decades of psychiatric evidence demonstrates that homosexuality is immutable, and nonpathological, and a growing body of more recent evidence implicates biology in the development of sexual orientation.

    Homosexuality and Biology

  • It is, Hall says, a nonpathological genetic mutation that causes a consistent, complex behavior.

    Homosexuality and Biology

  • It is, Hall says, a nonpathological genetic mutation that causes a consistent, complex behavior.

    Homosexuality and Biology

  • Five decades of psychiatric evidence demonstrates that homosexuality is immutable, and nonpathological, and a growing body of more recent evidence implicates biology in the development of sexual orientation.

    Homosexuality and Biology

  • First, it suggests a nonpathological viewpoint of human functioning in which certain behaviors or emotions may be unwanted by, or detrimental to, the prospective client yet are governed by the same regulatory systems that govern the entire range of human behavior.

    Planned Short-Term Treatment

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