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The Biological Basis of Behavior

 Howard Fine
  2nd-Feb-2011
Description: Psychologists in biology, Relationship between Psychology and Biology, the nervous system, nervous system Structure & Function, Organization of the Nervous System, Central Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System, Neurons, Types of Neurons, Variations in Neurons, Prototypical Neuron, Glial Cells, Communication Between Neurons, Neural Impulse, Life-Cycle of a Neural Impulse, Neurotransmitters, Psycho pharmacology, Reflex Arc, Tools for Studying the Nervous System
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Domain: Medical
Category: Biology
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The Biological Basis of Behavior

Why should Psychologists be interested in biology?

Dr. Howard Fine Clinical Psychologist

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Introduction
Psychologists are interested in Biology not for its sake but for what it can tell them about behaviour and mental processes. Relationship between Psychology and Biology The kind of behaviour of which an animal species is capable of depends very much on the ... See more

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