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Surely the prefix "neuro-" is being over-used.  What is "neuropsychological? What is a neurophilosopher?  What is Neurochemistry?   I have seen other such "neuro- words that did not seem to merit the use of "neuro" as a prefix."  Neuro- has to do with nerves. Actual physical nerves.  Does that relate to psychology, philosophy or chemistry?  I could almost accept chemistry but not psychology or, even more so, philosophy.

 

Is there a linguistics doctor in the house?

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