exteroception


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exteroception

 [ek″ster-o-sep´shun]
the perception of stimuli originating outside or at a distance from the body.
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It seems that impairments in the perception of interoceptive and exteroceptive emotion stimuli do co-occur albeit the extent of association between interoception and exteroception of emotions appears rather moderate.
114) Exteroception relates to the senses we most commonly associate with body knowing: sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell.
She devotes more space to the so-called perceptual approach that explains first-person reference in terms of the specific manner in which we ate self-aware, say, through quasi-perceptual introspection of some combination of exteroception and somatic proprioception.