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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]

interoceptive

[in′tərōsep′tiv]
Etymology: L, internus, inward, capere, to take
pertaining to stimuli originating from within the body that are related to the functioning of the internal organs or the receptors they activate. Compare exteroceptive, proprioception.

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]

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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While Swedish controls scored higher on interoceptive deficits, emotional dysregulation and maturity fears, the international counterpart achieved higher score on interpersonal alienation sub-scale (13).
craving, negative affect, anxiety sensitivity) leading to relapses and IA, which is described as "correct or wrong interpretation of bodily feelings" may be an important field of study It is thought that the relationship between interoceptive sensations and awareness includes complicated physiological processes and different neuronal networks and brain circuits (12).
In this study, some participants with depressive symptoms did not perceive the interoceptive exercises to be as helpful as cognitive reappraisal, and some of the participants with prior anxiety symptoms said they could not feel similar physical sensations to those they fear in "real" life.
Low Self-Esteem, Personal Alienation, Interpersonal Insecurity, Interpersonal Alienation, Interoceptive Deficits, Emotional Dysregulation, Perfectionism, Asceticism, and Maturity Fears).
Whereas in proficiency training the goal is fluent performance of overt behavior and instruction in covert observation and discrimination of interoceptive, proprioceptive, kinesthetic stimuli produced by performance of overt relaxed or unrelaxed behavior.
Again, they found amygdala, visual cortex, and interoceptive cortex activity went up with increased vividness.
Merleau-Ponty asks in 'The Child's Relations with Others' (1964a: p114) and traces the journey of the newborn from the visceral, interoceptive state of sleeping, feeding and excreting to an emergent exteroceptivity (which begins with the mother's breast) and to 'a body which rises towards the world' (1962: p87).
It consists of eight subscales: Drive for Thinness, Bulimia, Body Dissatisfaction, Ineffectiveness, Perfectionism, Interpersonal Distrust, Interoceptive Awareness, and Maturity Fears.