Integrative Themes in Physiological Psychology

Volume
Volume 23
Issue
Winter 1995
Title
Integrative Themes in Physiological Psychology
Abstract

There are a number of topics in physiological psychology which invite integration. Some of these (human origins, human nature, and mind-body relationships) require discussion because Christian views on these issues are fundamentally different than the materialistic and evolutionary perspectives endorsed by most authorities in the field. Two other topics which invite integration include the biological factors in sexual behavior and the study of stress, immune function, and healing. In addition, the remarkable complexities and design apparent in the brain, the sense organs, and even individual neurons consistently underscore the theme that humans are indeed fearfully and wonderfully made.

Author
Dr. E.L. Hillstrom
Pages
311 - 313
Price
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