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- adj. Of or pertaining to psychophysics
- adj. Psychosomatic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to psychophysics; involving the action or mutual relations of the psychical and physical in man.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to psychophysics.
- By psychophysical means; in a psychophysical manner.
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Kasparov, the world chess champion, says the following in his preface to volume 1: "Let us consider the factor of a mass character that I shall be referring to as psychophysical
Garry Kasparov, the world chess champion, says the following in his preface to volume 1: "Let us consider the factor of a mass character that I shall be referring to as psychophysical
Some 'Riffs readers told us they had to chart a course for Wikipedia to boldly discover that the term "pon farr" -- which "Dilbert" creator Scott Adams deftly spun into his punch line Tuesday -- refers to "a psychophysical condition affecting Vulcans, in which Vulcan males and females go into heat every seven years."
Vanderbilt further wonders if, where the lack of outrage about casualties is concerned, the "psychophysical numbing" induced by statistics as opposed to individual cases allows people to ignore numbers of fatalities that, had they arisen from various arresting outrages, would have caused public horror.
Bodily and mental existence is based on the aggregates, which are the psychophysical constituents of beings.
The problem with "eventually" is that, as with many psychophysical disorders in which psychological stress can produce physical changes over time, damage can occur so quietly over time that it can become irreversible (e.g. shingles after age 50).
Jai Daemion (MS, MEd couns) explores a meta-perspective that integrates realms of psychotherapy, psychophysical integration and the study of culture and consciousness, using eastern-western and inner-outer tools.
Consider this possibility: the contingent psychophysical laws God has designed entail the following propositions:
If the bodily parts specified by psychophysical laws are damaged in a variety of ways, these laws entail a variety of kinds of mental disruption, including disruption of the capacity for willing.
In order for bodily creatures endowed with conscious rationality and moral autonomy to exist, there needs to be not just an appropriate set of laws of physics and physical constants, but also some psychophysical laws as well.