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Developing the interoceptive attention scale

28 May 2020

Research suggests interoception, the ability to perceive one’s own bodily functions (e.g. feeling hungry, pain or physical arousal), is a multidimensional construct involving several sensory information processes such as accuracy of perception and attention towards that feeling. Previous contributions have shown a dissociation between questionnaires of self-reported interoceptive accuracy and attention, which could be linked to variations in how the questions are presented and inconsistencies ac


  • Participants will be able to take part in this survey if they are over 18 years of age.

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The Royal Holloway Research Ethics Committee has approved this study following their reviewing procedures. We would like to stress that participation is entirely voluntary and you may choose to withdraw from the study at any time without giving a reason.

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