the branch of psychology concerned with the relationship between the physical functioning of an organism and its behavior.
the branch of psychology concerned with the study and correlation of physiological and psychological events
physiological psychology n.
- Physiological saline
physiological saline n. A sterile solution of sodium chloride that is isotonic to body fluids, used to maintain living tissue temporarily and as a solvent for parenterally administered drugs.
noun, Pharmacology. 1. .
- Physiological sphincter
physiological sphincter n. A sphincter not recognizable in surgical specimens by dissection or histological techniques.
- Physiologic antidote
physiologic antidote n. A substance that produces systemic effects opposing those of a given poison.