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Psychobiology (aka Biopsychology)

Originally, a school of thought in Psychiatry based on the theoretical  orientation of Adolf Meyer which stressed the mechanisms of integration of the biological, the psychological and social experience.

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General Psychology Sites
Online Books & Journals - The aim of this Web is to contribute to the scientific knowledge of the human behavior and suffering from a biopsychological point of view. Still Under Construction.
Biopsychology Related Animation's - Biopsychology Related Animation's On this page are links to a collection of biopsychology related PowerPoint demonstrations and illustrations. 3/5
Institute of Biocognitive Psychology - Theory of biocognitive psychology about how mind, body and historical culture interact to affect health. Based on research in psychoneuroimmunology and medical anthropology.   3/5
The National Institute of Psychobiology in Israel  4/5
  Biology Dictionary - Biology is the study of living things. It is broken down into many fields, reflecting the complexity of life from the atoms and molecules of biochemistry to the interactions of millions of organisms in ecology. This biology dictionary is here to help you learn about all sorts of biology terms, principles, and life forms. 4/5
Psychobiology of Trauma - An Article by Emily Spence Diehl, MSW. Not Rated
Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology  The Mortimer D. Sackler, M.D. Prize for Distinguished Achievement in Developmental Psychobiology is intended to recognize outstanding achievement in and help define the field of Developmental Psychobiology, including the advancement of our understanding of the developmental processes of mind, brain and behavior that contribute to normal development and the origins of mental illness. 2/5
The DNA Learning Center - The DNA Learning Center web page contains a wide variety of online DNA resources as well as information on our many workshops, field trips, courses and products.   4/5
Google Articles
Google Scholarly Article on Psychobiology - Click Here
 Wikipedia - Psychobiology - Click Here
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