Dr. James W. Kalat tells us that "Biological psychology is the study of behavior and experience in terms of genetics, evolution, and physiology, especially the physiology of the nervous system".
When you study biological psychology, it's likely that you will come across a number of related terms and specializations. These include:
There is also a good chance that you will also be introduced to the field of comparative psychology, which put simply is the study of animal behaviour.biological psychology, also called physiological psychology or behavioral neuroscience, the study of the physiological bases of behaviour. Biological psychology is concerned primarily with the relationship between psychological processes and the underlying physiological events or in other words, the mind-body phenomenon.Its focus is the function of the brain and the rest of the nervous system in activities (e.g., thinking, learning, feeling, sensing, and perceiving) recognized as characteristic of humans and other animals. Biological psychology has continually been involved in studying the physical basis for the reception of internal and external stimuli by the nervous system.
THESE NOTES ARE ACCORDING TO ALL GREAT PSYCHOLOGIST