Lowest in the scale is the view of religion which regards it as the result of abnormal physical or psychophysical conditions.
There remains still the translation into psychophysical terms.
A new aspect of psychophysical æsthetics thus presents itself.
But the psychophysical contribution of energies is not gratuitous.
We know too well now that the psychophysical system is an extremely complex equilibrium of millions of elements.
We may now consider as our real topic the psychophysical activity.
From such a point of view, the total mental life can be brought into the psychophysical scheme.
Not only do the psychophysical changes run a stormy course, but features of a hereditary degenerate character become fixed.
We must not forget that even the conversations of the laborers belong in this psychophysical class.
All rhythm contains a repetition of movement without making a real repetition of the psychophysical impulse necessary.
psychophysical psy·cho·phys·i·cal (sī'kō-fĭz'ĭ-kəl)
Of or relating to psychophysics.
psychophysics psy·cho·phys·ics (sī'kō-fĭz'ĭks)
The branch of psychology that deals with the relationships between physical stimuli and sensory response.