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Biopsychology

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WordsDefinition
neuroscience the scientific study of the nervous system
clinincal pertaining to illness or treatment
biopsychology biological perspective on the study of psychology
comparative apporach the study of biological processes by comparing different species
coolidge effect male needing multiple female partners to stay excited
pure research soley done for the perpose of acquiring knowledge
applied research research intended to bring some benefit to humankind
cognitive neuroscience study of cognition of the brain. The yougnest division of biopsychology
ethological research the study of animals in their natural enviroment
converging operations using combined apporaches
Korsakoff's syndrome severe memory loss associated with brain damage associated with a thiamine deficiency
scientific interference measuring key events as a basis for gathering information to determine what cannot be directly observed
Created by: oscarbutterfly