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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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Caption: Chronic pain patients' interoceptive state becomes linked to the pain they are feeling, said Dr.
Listening to your heart: interoceptive awareness as a gateway to feeling.
Cascio, "Interoceptive ability and body awareness in autism spectrum disorder," Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, vol.
These seven areas contain the frequency of panic attacks, distress during the panic attacks, anticipatory anxiety, agoraphobic fear/avoidance, interoceptive fear/avoidance, work impairment/distress, and impairment of social functioning.
operant interoceptive stimulus effects of EtOH: Commentary on Besheer, Fisher, & Durant (2012).
The 7 areas include the frequency of panic attacks; distress during the panic attacks; anticipatory anxiety; agoraphobic fear / avoidance; interoceptive fear/avoidance; work impairment / distress; and impairment of social functioning.
The authors postulate that a likely greater dependence on anaerobic metabolism may increase the interoceptive afferent signals of the body to the brain areas related to the generation of the affective response (prefrontal cortex and subcortical areas).
Alternative explanations for the extent of proprioceptive recalibration observed in RHI have recently been invoked, however, including the role of socio-emotional processes (Van Stralen et al., 2014) and previous interoceptive sensitivity regarding body ownership (Suzuki, Garfinkel, Critchley, & Seth, 2013).
Clinical, psychopathological and personality correlates of interoceptive Awareness in anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and obesity.
The new version of this questionnaire is made up of eating disorder related psychological trait subscales of low self-esteem, personal alienation, interpersonal insecurity, interpersonal alienation, interoceptive deficit, emotional dysregulation, perfectionism, asceticism, maturity fear and three additional response style indices(4).