Category:Biological Psychology

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Biological psychology, also known as physiological psychology, biopsychology, or psychobiology, is the study of the biological and physiological processes that underlie behavior and mental processes. It examines the relationships between the brain, the nervous system, and behavior, and seeks to understand the biological and neurological mechanisms that underlie perception, cognition, emotion, and motivation. This field also includes the study of brain structure and function, including the effects of genetic and environmental factors on brain development and function. The findings of biological psychology contribute to our understanding of many mental disorders, including depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia, and inform the development of treatments and interventions aimed at improving mental health and wellbeing.

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