E Vicipaedia

Sociophysiologia est "ludus inter societatem et functionem corpoream,"[1][2] qui vicissim "collaborationem duarum scientiarum propinquarum: physiologiam et sociologiam" implicat.[3][4][5] Sociophysiologia ergo est sociologia physiologica, scientia praecipua, quae physiologicas hominum aliorumque animalium interrelationes investigat.[6]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Anglice "interplay between society and physical functioning."
  2. Freund 1988: 856.
  3. Anglice "collaboration of two neighboring sciences: physiology and sociology."
  4. Mauss 1936: 373.
  5. Francogallice "Collaboration de deux sciences voisines: physiologie, sociologie" (Mauss 1936: 373). Praeterea, P. E. S. Freund opus F. J. Buytendijk (1974) explicat, quod "is one example of an effort to redefine mechanistic physiology in such a way as to include subjectivity and social existence as interrelated aspects of our physical being" (Freund 1988: 847), ut fiat quoddam "mutually 'conditioning' relation between sociopsychological and biological factors. Social environments 'construct' bodies, which in turn affect social behavior, and this behavior in turn further modifies bodies" (Freund 1988: 849).
  6. "Die physische Seite der Wechselbeziehungen der Menschen kann nichtsdestoweniger Gegenstand einer besonderen Naturwissenschaft sein, welche ich als 'physiologische Soziologie' oder besser 'Soziophysiologie' zu bezeichnen vorschlage" (Zeliony 1912: 405-406). Commentarius Zelionianus anni 1912—primus commentarius qui vocabulo sociophysiolia et eius derivativis utitue (Soziophysiologie, soziophysiologische, etc.)—prima fuit acroasis ad Societatem Philosophicam Petropoli 19 Martii 1909 habita (Zeliony 1912: 405).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Barchas, P. R. 1986. A sociophysiological orientation to small groups. In Advances in Group Processes, ed. E. J.l Lawler, 3: 209–246. Greenwich Connecticutae: JAI Press.
  • Di Mascio, A., R. W. Boyd, M. Greenblatt, ry H. C. Solomon. 1955. The psychiatric interview (a sociophysiologic study). Diseases of the Nervous System 16(1): 4–9.
  • Ellwood, C. A. 1916. Objectivism in sociology. American Journal of Sociology 22(3): 289–305.
  • Freund, P. E. S. 1988. Bringing society into the body: Understanding socialized human nature. Theory and Society 17(6): 839–864.
  • Gardner Jr., R. J. 1997. Sociophysiology as the basic science of psychiatry. Theoretical Medicine 18(4): 335–356.
  • Gardner Jr., R. J., et J. S. Price. 1999. Sociophysiology and depression. In The Interactional Nature of Depression: Advances in Interpersonal Approaches, ed. T. E. Joiner et J. C. Coyne. Vsaingtoniae: American Psychological Association.
  • Lilienfeld, P. 1879. Die sociale Physiologie. Gedanken über die Socialwissenschaft der Zukunft, 4. Mitau: E. Behre’s Verlag.
  • Mauss, Marcel. 1936. Les techniques du corps. Journal de Psychologie 32(3–4). Iterum impressus in M. Mauss, Sociologie et anthropologie, Lutetiae: PUF, 1950, pp. xxx-xxx. doi:10.1522/cla.mam.tec/
  • Oxley, D. R., et al. 2008. Political attitudes vary with physiological traits. Science 321(5896): 1667–1670. doi:10.1126/science.1157627
  • Solvay, E. 1906. Note sur des formules d’introduction à l’énergétique physio- et psycho-sociologique. Fascicule 1 des Notes et Mémoires de l’Institut de Sociologie, Instituts Solvay, Parc Léopold, Bruxelles. Bruxelles et Leipzig: Misch et Thron.
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  • Zeliony, G. P. 1912. Über die zukünftige Soziophysiologie. Archiv für Rassen- und Gesellschafts-Biologie 9(4): 405–429.

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Barchas, P. R., ed. 1984. Social Hierarchies: Essays Toward a Sociophysiological Perspective. Westport Connecticutae: Greenwood.
  • Barchas, P. R., et S. P. Mendoza, eds. 1984. Social Cohesion: Essays Toward a Sociophysiological Perspective. Westport Connecticutae: Greenwood.
  • Buytendijk, F. J. 1974. Prolegomena to an Anthropological Physiology. Pittsburgi: Duquesne University Press.
  • Gardner Jr., R. J., et D. R. Wilson. 2004. Sociophysiology and evolutionary aspects of psychiatry. In Textbook of Biological Psychiatry, ed. J. Panksepp. Wiley.
  • Mysterud, I. 2004. One name for the evolutionary baby? A preliminary guide for everyone confused by the chaos of names. Social Science Information 43(1): 95–114.
  • Perec, G. 1976. Lire: esquisse socio-physiologique. Esprit 453: 9–20. Iterum impressus in G. Perec, Penser/Classer, Lutetiae: Hachette, 1985.
  • Reinheimer, H. 1920. Symbiosis: A Socio-Physiological Study of Evolution. Londinii: Headley Brothers.
  • Waid, W. M., ed. 1984. Sociophysiology. Novi Eboraci: Springer Verlag.

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