- psy·cho·gen·ic (s k -j n k). adj. Originating in the mind or in mental or emotional processes; having a psychological rather than a physiological origin.
- Psychogenetics of Turner syndrome: an investigation of 28 subjects
- Psychogenetics of Turner syndrome: an investigation of 28 subjects and respective controls using the Bender test and Piagetian scales. F.C.
- COMPUTER SIMULATION OF SAMPLE SIZE AND EXPERIMENTAL
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- Human behavioral flexibility: A psychogenetic study
- KEY WORDS: Psychogenetics; temperament; individuality; behavior flexibility; individual dif- ferences.
- Meggi's marathon ride
- Meggi suffers from psychogenetic seizures, effectively a physical response to mental stress, and wanted to prove that didn't have to rule her life.
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- The term psychogenetics was introduced by Calvin S. Hall in his seminal book chapter on behavior genetics (1951).
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- May 23, 2008 Why We Pick The Mates We Do is a 252 page book written by Anne Teachworth.
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- psychogenetics. psy·cho·ge·net·ics. noun pl but singular in constr \-iks\.
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