Process - Medicine, Biology, and Psychology

Medicine, Biology, and Psychology

  • Process (anatomy), a projection or outgrowth of tissue from a larger body
  • Biological process, a process of a living organism
  • Cognitive process, the process of thought
  • Mental process, functions or processes done with the mind
  • Processing (Chinese materia medica), the technique of altering the properties of crude drugs by such means as roasting, honey frying, wine frying, earth frying, vinegar frying, calcining, or other means

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Famous quotes containing the word psychology:

    Psychology has nothing to say about what women are really like, what they need and what they want, essentially because psychology does not know.... this failure is not limited to women; rather, the kind of psychology that has addressed itself to how people act and who they are has failed to understand in the first place why people act the way they do, and certainly failed to understand what might make them act differently.
    Naomi Weisstein, U.S. psychologist, feminist, and author. Psychology Constructs the Female (1969)