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interoceptor

[‚in·tə·rō′sep·tər]
(physiology)
A sense receptor located in visceral organs and yielding diffuse sensations.
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She is also the only one to enjoy interoceptive contact with her covert actions, reactions and bodily conditions.
These data demonstrate that Silexan does not share interoceptive stimulus properties similar to the benzodiazepine diazepam.
Five subscales, Ineffectiveness, Perfection, Interpersonal Distrust, Interoceptive Awareness, and Maturity Fears assess general psychological dispositions that are clinically relevant to eating disorders.
Research has focused on the efficacy of some combination of cognitive restructuring, focused cognitive therapy, panic education, guided imaginal coping, breathing retraining and respiratory control, interoceptive exposure therapy, and panic inoculation.
The EDI is comprised of eight subscales: Drive for Thinness, Bulimia, Body Dissatisfaction, Ineffectiveness, Perfectionism, Interpersonal Distrust, Interoceptive Awareness, and Maturity Fears.
There is considerable experimental and empirical evidence suggesting that psi operates as a multilevel process and that psi information can be channeled into awareness in a variety of ways (such as sensations, feelings, intuitions, thoughts, interoceptive sensations, etc.
Edelman's "Extended TNGS" proposes that "primary consciousness" results from the ongoing comparison of the workings of the interoceptive and exteroceptive brain modules.
The neural self envisages a multi-level process that describes the emergence of subjectivity from interoceptive signals and primordial feeling states.
Finally, interoceptive emotional/affective states (Field, Munafo, & Franken, 2009; Tiffany, 2009) and stressors (e.
It is regarded as an interoceptive disorder in that it has no apparent cause, said Brian Walitt, M.
Kaplan suggests that a better target might be the insula - a cerebral cortex structure located deep within the lateral fissure that plays a role in interoceptive awareness and motor control.