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Synonyms for interoceptor

any receptor that responds to stimuli inside the body

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Their interoceptive state becomes linked to the pain they are feeling: They are their pain."
Women were tested at the beginning, and at three, six and 12 months on a number of factors including substance use, distress craving, emotion regulation (self-report and psychophysiology), mindfulness skills and interoceptive awareness.
Cystatin C is recommended as an interoceptive biomarker indicating kidney function when Cr levels are not yet affected, such as during the early stages of kidney damage and with mildly decreased GFR (7).
Interoceptive sensitivity in anxiety and anxiety disorders: an overview and integration of neurobiological findings.
[18] In our experiment, it was proved that in all interoceptive models used, statins such as simvastatin and atorvastatin reversed the memory deficit.
The parabrachial nucleus is believed to be the anatomic structure where interoceptive information from the main homeostatic functions such as respiration, circulation, and balance is filtered and integrated.
In fact, RPE is recognized to be affected by psychological factors including cognitive factors such as self-efficacy, motivation, interoceptive feedback as physical discomfort, and perception of fatigue [56, 58].
These patients may be unable to understand the context of the emotional stimuli, extract its meaning, experience interoceptive emotional awareness, or intentionally express emotions [44-48].
In addition to these therapies, interoceptive exposure therapy, psychoeducational intervention, reverse conditioning, and breathing retraining are somewhat effective in treating claustrophobia.
One could even draw the hypothesis that she began to appropriate her body image and her interoceptive awareness by improving her interoceptive abilities which were blocked by the antipsychotic treatment [13].
From the third session, cognitive restructuring and situational and interoceptive exposure were introduced in session.
These results showed that Pavlovian interoceptive CSs have less impact on operant behavior compared to operant [S.sup.D]s (see Troisi 2013a, b, for other examples).
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.