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- n. The branch of psychology that studies the biological and physiological basis of behavior.
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- n. the branch of psychology that is concerned with the physiological bases of psychological processes
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Second, they do not apply the methods of individual differences which have been made so familiar and so useful by Professor Cattell in this country. 38 Thirdly, their type of culture leads them to study the dream extensively rather than intensively and all the while in apparent disregard of those conceptions of physiological psychology which we now associate with the work of Wundt, of Ladd and of Woodworth, and with the psychopathology of Prince.