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A Note on Biopsychology

Gowthami Bainaboina*

Behavioural neurobiology, conjointly called biological science, biopsychology, or psychobiology is that the application of the principles of biology (in explicit neurobiology), to the study of physiological, genetic, and organic process mechanisms of behaviour in humans and non-human animals.

Biopsychology combines life science with the study of science. People within the field of Biopsychology believe that the studies of behaviour and biology are powerfully connected and along will result in a much better understanding of human and animal behaviour.

Biological factors like chromosomes, hormones and also the brain all have a major influence on human behaviour, for instance, gender. For example, biological psychologists believe that schizophrenic disorder is suffering from levels of monoamine neurotransmitter (a neurotransmitter).