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Synonyms for somatic

of or relating to the human body

Synonyms for somatic

affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit

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The result is emotion that is expressed somatically (causing symptoms) rather than verbally or via behavior.
Somatically healthy young women from the control group had normal AP (diastolic arterial pressure (DAP) range = 60-81 and systolic arterial pressure (SAP) range = 90-119).
Disgrace and Like Clockwork portray bodies that bear the lasting effects of violence somatically as well as psychologically.
Blum's phrasing suggests both that he cannot somatically distinguish the apparition, and that this distinction is not important to him.
As the mark of production becomes more visible, more audible and more somatically tangible, the previously unknown part of herself is formed.
Through imagery we can dig deeply into individual relationships, experiencing them as vividly and somatically as possible, but we can also step back to "observe" how we are engaged in a larger web of relationships.
First, they can be somatically doubled through chemical means such as colchicine (Ross et al., 1967) or through tissue culture (Sonnino et al., 1988).
In Experiment 3 we used somatically cloned embryos to investigate the effect of freeze-thawed PZM3 on the pre-implantation development of porcine embryos.
Moreover, the culture of some racial/ethnic minority groups (e.g., Native Hawaiians or Pacific Islanders) shapes emotional distress to present somatically (Sanchez, Chapa, Ybarra, & Martinez, 2012).
(2012) The phenotype of a germline mutation in PIGA: the gene somatically mutated in paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria.
The central research question of this study asked whether an individual who is somatically aware and is able to correctly attribute his/her symptoms to stroke will seek care within 4.5 hours of symptom onset, thus decreasing the morbidity and mortality due to stroke.
Klinman, "Defining subsets of naive and memory B cells based on the ability of their progeny to somatically mutate in vitro," Immunity, vol.
Somatically immersed in water in her own bathtub, she plays out the role of Ophelia's madness and drowning in her imagination.