What is Psychophysiology?
Broadly speaking, Psychophysiology involves examination of psychological processes in terms of their physiological effects. Many types of psychological processes are examined, including orienting, arousal, sensation, perception, and higher order "executive" processes such as attention, learning, memory, and cognitive control.
Physiological effects examined span the central and peripheral nervous systems and include the activity of the brain (EEG, ERPs, fMRI, etc.), heart, lungs, muscles, and even the skin. Psychophysiologists usually study the psychological/physiological link in "intact" human subjects as well as in groups afflicted with physical or psychological problems.
View a comprehensive list of psychophysiology and related journals.
Teaching and Learning
The Society for Psychophysiological Research provides a fantastic list of resources for teaching and learning in the area, including:
IJP Current volume
IJP Top 25 articles
Clinical EEG and Neuroscience
Brain and Cognition Top 25 articles