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in·ter·o·cep·tive

(in'tĕr-ō-sep'tiv),
Relating to the sensory nerve cells innervating the viscera (thoracic, abdominal, and pelvic organs, cardiovascular system), their sensory end organs, or the information they convey to the spinal cord and the brain.
[inter- + L. capio, to take]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

in·ter·o·cep·tive

(in'tĕr-ō-sep'tiv)
Relating to the sensory nerve cells innervating the viscera (thoracic, abdominal and pelvic organs, and the cardiovascular system), their sensory end organs, or the information they convey to the spinal cord and the brain.
[inter- + L. capio, to take]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

interoceptive

(ĭn″tĕr-ō-sĕp′tĭv) [L. internus, within, + capere, to take]
In nerve physiology, concerned with sensations arising within the body itself, as distinguished from those arising outside the body.
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Nakano et al., "Interoceptive hypersensitivity and interoceptive exposure in patients with panic disorder: Specificity and effectiveness," BMC Psychiatry, vol.
In addition, Ehrsson, Wiech, Weiskopf, Dolan, and Passingham (2007) have shown that physical threats to the rubber hand prosthesis, such as hammering the rubber hand or threatening it with a knife, significantly increase subcortical activity related to anxiety and interoceptive consciousness.
One representing rigidity and inflexibility (emotional dysregulation, perfectionism, asceticism and interoceptive deficits) and another for representing insecurity and estrangement such as adulthood fear, lack of self-respect, insecurity feeling, personal and interpersonal alienation) (4).
But there was no association between their "interoceptive ability" to perceive internal sensations and correct answers to non-social questions.
Yet, intentionalism about interoceptive sensations is known to be problematic.
Psychophysical responses in patients receiving a mock laser within context of an acupuncture clinical trial: an interoceptive perspective.
"There is strong evidence that cognitive-behavioral therapy significandy reduces [anxiety sensitivity] through strategies such as psychoeducation, interoceptive exposure, and cognitive therapy."
"There is strong evidence that cognitive-behavioral therapy significantly reduces [anxiety sensitivity] through strategies such as psychoeducation, interoceptive exposure, and cognitive therapy."
As with other elite athletes, (11) dancers' high-level interoceptive ability (i.e., the ability to efficiently interpret body signals) changes how they might interpret the meaning of their pain: is it just that pain that comes when stretching my calf or am I about to sprain my ankle?