from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The branch of physiology dealing with the relationship between physiological processes and thoughts, emotions, and behavior.
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- n. The branch of physiology that deals with the interaction of the mind and physiological processes
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Physiological psychology. See psychology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the branch of psychology that is concerned with the physiological bases of psychological processes
As a biofeedback software developer, and developer of related applied psychophysiology software, part of my job was to figure out what my customers -- clinicians and researchers -- needed, in the way of filtering.
So, with my assumption 1, this isn't humanist essentialism any more than phonetics is, but it is rooted in a more physical approach to affect which takes it away from pure neuroscience and grounds it in psychophysiology.
“Our findings lead us to believe that by seeking out positive lifestyle experiences that make us laugh, we can do a lot with our psychophysiology to help us stay well,” says Dr. Berk.
All Scientology courses, all auditing processes, and all the management and professional courses are based on physiological phenomenas, psychophysiology, emotions, human behavior patterns etc., that are our birth right and used in Scientology as their own discoveries.
What was the psychophysiology behind heartwarming that caused people to feel better just tapping old memories?
Generally, the more chaotic your psychophysiology, the longer you'll live.
Its subject line: “yipping econometrica psychophysiology flourish.”
In 1982, while I was preparing to give my presidential address to the Health Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association, I wondered whether to share my burgeoning interest in how quantum field physics and relativity theory could be applied to health psychology and the psychophysiology of healing; I knew that even to suggest the application of quantum physics to proving anything about health or healing would be highly controversial at the time.
Affective neuroscience and psychophysiology: Toward a synthesis.
On October 22 of that year, German physicist Gustav Theodor Fechner had an inspiration that led to the origins of modern experimental psychology and psychophysiology.