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psychobiology


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psychobiology n.

psychobiology n.

Psychobiology of Risk Behavior

Maternal–fetal psychobiology: a very early look at emotional development

The neuroevolutionary and neuroaffective psychobiology of the prosocial brain

The psychobiology of nicotine addiction: A scaffold for future research

Re: Depression as a Risk Factor for Cancer: Renewing a Debate on the Psychobiology of Disease

Re: Depression as a Risk Factor for Cancer: Renewing a Debate on the Psychobiology of Disease

Depression as a Risk Factor for Cancer: Renewing a Debate on the Psychobiology of Disease

PLOTKIN, Henry Charles (born 1940), Professor of Psychobiology, University College London, 1993–2005, now Emeritus

GLOVER, Vivette Ann Susan (born 1942), Professor of Perinatal Psychobiology, Imperial College London, since 2000

Response: Re: Depression as a Risk Factor for Cancer: Renewing a Debate on the Psychobiology of Disease

SPERRY, Roger Wolcott (1913 - 1994), Hixon Professor of Psychobiology, 1954–84, Trustee Professor Emeritus, since 1984, California Institute of Technology

RUSSELL, Roger Wolcott (1914 - 1998), Vice Chancellor, and Professor of Psychobiology, Flinders University of South Australia, 1972–79, then Emeritus Professor (engaged in research, 1979–89); Research Psychobiologist, School of Biological Sciences, since 1990, Research Neurobiologist and Fellow of the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, since 1991 (Lifetime Distinguished Fellow, 1994), University of California at Irvine

 

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A term coined by the Swiss-born US psychiatrist and neurologist Adolf Meyer (1866–1950) for the study of the relationships between psychological and biological phenomena.

Subjects: Psychology.


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