interoceptive


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in·ter·o·cep·tor

 (ĭn′tər-ō-sĕp′tər)
n.
A specialized sensory nerve receptor that receives and responds to stimuli originating from within the body.


in′ter·o·cep′tive adj.
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Adj.1.interoceptive - of or relating to interoception
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These results showed that Pavlovian interoceptive CSs have less impact on operant behavior compared to operant [S.
From the third session on, cognitive restructuring, situational and interoceptive exposure were introduced, and patients were asked to try to formulate rational thoughts and to perform self-exposure tasks without therapists to reproduce both situational and interoceptive phobic cues during and between sessions.
One client diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder found the concrete nature of logging physiological response to be helpful in his development of physiological and interoceptive awareness.
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Also, the interoceptive cues predominate over cognitive processes, thus increasing perceived exertion and feelings of unpleasantness.
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.