Physiological psychology is a field of psychology that is concerned with how physiology, genetics and biology affect emotional responses, memory, mental illness, states of consciousness and sensory perception. Typically, this field of study falls under the umbrella of developmental psychology. Students take a biological approach to understanding thoughts and behaviors.
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