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What are some examples of neurophysiological processes? How do these processes affect behavior?

What is psychopharmacology? What are some positive aspects related to psychopharmacology? What are some drawbacks? What are some current issues related to psychopharmacology?

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What are some examples of neurophysiological processes? How do these processes affect behavior?

Some examples of neurophysiological processes are as follows. They are eating, sleeping, breathing, heartbeat, and so forth. These can easily affect behavior. For example, if a person is struggling to breathe on their own, then they are going to yell out for help. However, when an individual eats, he or she will not think about manners the entire time, but if trained properly they will become aware of their actions. However, if a person has a rapid heartbeat, then he or she will become faint. The individual could very well decide to sit down due to becoming faint or feeling as if he or she could pass out. He or she could act out if they are unable to sit down, so that the dizzy spell will pass, or to take some medicine to deal with heartbeat. Everyone sleeps at night, unless he or she struggles with it. When a person has a lack of sleep, generally the ...

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This solution provided many examples of neurophysiology and pharmacology as well as current issues and drawbacks.

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