Definition of biosocial in English:


Syllabification: bi·o·so·cial
Pronunciation: /ˌbīōˈsōSHəl


  • Of or relating to the interaction of biological and social factors.
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    • It encompasses many different perspectives, including the more dominant biological and biosocial theories that are rooted in the behavioural sciences.
    • As with research on hormones, there is a dearth of empirical data to support or refute a biosocial interaction hypothesis of antisocial and violent behavior with respect to toxins, and further tests of this proposition are required.
    • In the last review of this area, only nine studies could be drawn on to illustrate biosocial interactions.

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