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  • adverb In terms of, or with regard to, neurophysiology.


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  • Well, guess what, ladies -- neurophysiologically, guys can operate exactly the same way that drugs do.

    Dr. Alex Benzer: How to Toss Toxic Mates in 3 Simple Steps 2009

  • (The “body's learning,” neurophysiologically speaking, is closely related to an activity of the cerebellum in conjunction with the hippocampus, although it is only that.)

    Japanese Zen Buddhist Philosophy Nagatomo, Shigenori 2006

  • In the scenario developed by Penrose and neurophysiologically augmented by Hameroff, quantum theory is claimed to be effective for consciousness, but this happens in an extremely sophisticated way.

    Quantum Approaches to Consciousness Atmanspacher, Harald 2006

  • They don't understand that all of these drugs, while seemingly, you know, being utilized for different therapeutic purposes all function in the same way neurophysiologically and that is what leads to these tragic deaths.

    CNN Transcript Sep 27, 2006 2006

  • For girls, these stressors have a cumulative effect which is damaging not only psychologically but somatically and neurophysiologically. 2009


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