|Biopsychology or Biological psychology is one of the applications of Psychology related to principles of Biology to the mental process. Biological aspects include electrophysiology and biochemical assessments during psychological experiments as well as biologically induced changes in psychological function. It also includes study of biological functions of the nervous systems in various neurological disorders including Alzheimers disease, Parkinson's diseases, cognition etc. This branch aid in understanding and developing drug based treatments in neurological disorders. Since various biological factors will alter the effect of drugs on various biological systems; this branch always plays a vital role in near discoveries.
"International Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology (IJSCP), one of the Peer reviewed journals in biopsychology which aim to bridge knowledge gap in between research and applications of the new discoveries. The journal is devoted to the applications of cognitive sciences in the treatment of various psychological disorders. IJSCP present original research in the field, highlighting methodological aspects and providing experimental evidence of their effectiveness on specific problems and all aspects of Cognitive Psychology applied to high-dimensional biological systems.
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