n. the science which integrates that area of overlap between biology and psychology. It studies the reciprocal relationship between the underlying physiological events which affect some psychological processes, and vice-versa. Also called physiological psychology.

BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY: "The science of Biological Psychology acknowledges that certain areas of human behavior do have physiological bases."
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