Psychobiology, also called biopsychology, is the scientific study of mental functioning and behavior in relation to other biological processes, or put another way, of the effects of cognition, emotions, and experience on animal physiology. Psychobiology also studies the biology of behavior and mental processes.
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Biopsychology is the study of the biological bases of behavior: how the brain affects behavior.
Biopsychology includes human and animal studies of the role of specific brain regions and neurochemical factors in behavior.
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