somatic sensation

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31) to investigate an individual's tendency to amplify common somatic sensations.
They listened to all their somatic sensations and were afraid that drug addiction may lead to an incurable disease.
When the patient actively attends to and carefully describes his or her somatic sensations, the immediate outcome typically is anxiolytic.
Respondent conditioning is believed to have occurred with the pairing of a stimulus that evokes a fear response with stimulus by-products arising from strong bodily somatic sensations.
More recent investigations have focused on the possibility that patients with voice disorders--particularly functional dysphonia--develop a conditioned hypersensitivity to pharyngeal and laryngeal sensations, suggesting that hypersensitivity to somatic sensations may play a critical role in anxiety disorders.
sustains symptoms by decreasing activity tolerance and increasing sensitivity to somatic sensations (Fischler et al.
And we might suppose that such imaginings crucially involve the occurrence of various somatic sensations, our awareness of which is to be imagined to be an awareness of bulk, mass, weight, volume, resistance, and the like.