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Testing the relationship between measures of bodily awareness

13 July 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


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