Biological psychology: Physiological psychology

Este artículo necesita la atención de un psicólogo / experto académico en el tema. Por favor, ayude a reclutar uno, o mejore esta página usted mismo si está calificado. Este banner aparece en artículos que son débiles y cuyos contenidos deben abordarse con precaución académica.. Physiological psychology is a subdivision of biological psychology that studies the neural mechanisms of perception and behavior through direct manipulation of the brains of nonhuman animal subjects in controlled experiments.[1] Unlike other subdivisions within biological psychology, the main focus of physiological psychological research is the development of theories that explain brain-behavior relationships rather than the development of research that has translational value. It is sometimes alternatively called psychophysiology, and in recent years also cognitive neuroscience. One example of physiological psychology research is the study of the role of the hippocampus in learning and memory. This can be achieved by surgical removal of the hippocampus from the rat brain followed by an assessment of memory tasks by that same rat.[2] In the past, physiological psychologists received much of their training in psychology departments in major universities. Actualmente, physiological psychologists are also be trained in behavioral neuroscience or biological psychology[3] programs that are affiliated with psychology departments, or in interdisciplinary neuroscience programs. Contenido 1 Areas of study 2 References & Bibliography 3 Textos clave 3.1 Libros 3.2 Papeles 4 Material adicional 4.1 Libros 4.2 Papeles 5 External links Areas of study Visual system Hearing Somatic senses Motor functions Emotion Sleep Physiological psychology: Arousal Motivation Hunger Thirst Language Sexual behavior Instinctive behavior Chronobiology References & Bibliography ↑ Pinel, J. P. J. (2004). Biopsicología. Allyn and Bacon. ISBN 0-20542-651-4 ↑ Olton DS, Becker JT and Handelmann GE (1979) Hippocampus, space, and memory. Brain and Behavioral Science 2: 313–365. ↑ S. Marc Breedlove, Mark R. Rosenzweig, and Neil V. watson (2007). Biological Psychology: An Introduction to Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience. Asociados Sinauer. ISBN 978-0878937059 Key texts Books Green, S. (1987) Physiological Psychology: una introducción, Londres: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Papers Additional material Books Blundell, J.E. (1975) Physiological Psychology, Londres: Methuen. Grossman, S.P. (1967) A Textbook of Physiological Psychology, Nueva York: Juan Wiley. Papers External links Biological Psychology Links Please copy and paste this prompt to other appropriate areas. Feel free to edit as necessary Instructions_for_archiving_academic_and_professional_materials Physiological psychology: Academic support materials Physiological psychology:Lecture slides Physiological psychology:Lecture notes Physiological psychology:Lecture handouts Physiological psychology:Multimedia materials Physiological psychology:Other academic support materials This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (ver autores).

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