physic-, physico-, physi-, physio-, phy-

(Greek: nature, natural, inborn [to make grow, to produce])

Someone who studies psychophysiology.
The science of the relationship between psychological and physiological processes; e.g., conscious elements of autonomic nervous system activity activated by emotion.
1. Above or beyond what is physical; hyperphysical.
2. Exceeding or going beyond the purely physical.
3. Not explained by known physical laws; preternatural or supernatural.
tribophysics (s) (noun) (used with a singular verb)
The physical properties or phenomena associated with friction.
zoophysics, zoophysical
The study of animal physiology and form.
1. The physiology of animals, as distinct from that of humans.
2. The vital physical processes and functions of animals.
A reference to an articular process of a vertebra (zygapophysis).
1. An articular (joint) process of a vertebra.
2. One of the articular processes of a vertebra, of which there are usually four; two anterior (in front) and two posterior (in the back).