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In [[physiological psychology]] '''physiological absorption''' is the movement of a substance, such as a liquid, across a cell membrane by means of diffusion or osmosis. From a psychological point of view the process is important as it relates to factors such as [[digestion]], [[metabolism]], [[pharmacokinetics]] etc which impact on mental phenomena such as [[concentration]], [[consciousness]], [[thirst]], [[hunger] etc
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*[[Absorption (skin)]], a route by which substances can enter the body through the skin
 
*[[Absorption (skin)]], a route by which substances can enter the body through the skin

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In physiological psychology physiological absorption is the movement of a substance, such as a liquid, across a cell membrane by means of diffusion or osmosis. From a psychological point of view the process is important as it relates to factors such as digestion, metabolism, pharmacokinetics etc which impact on mental phenomena such as concentration, consciousness, thirst, [[hunger] etc



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