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  • n. Any of the senses that detect conditions within the body.

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  • n. sensitivity to stimuli originating inside of the body

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Examples

  • Math1 is a master hub for the genes that control various parts of neural networks for hearing, balance, the unconscious sense of one's position in space called proprioception and in a new finding, interoception, which is associated with activities such as awakening because of a full bladder or a distended colon, said Dr. Huda Zoghbi, professor of molecular and human genetics, pediatrics, neurology and neuroscience at BCM and Dr. Matthew Rose, an M.D.

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  • Math1 is a master hub for the genes that control various parts of neural networks for hearing, balance, the unconscious sense of one's position in space called proprioception and in a new finding, interoception, which is associated with activities such as awakening because of a full bladder or a distended colon, said Dr. Huda Zoghbi

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  • Awareness of our internal organs - the ability to feel your stomach growl and your heart beat - is known as "interoception".

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  • Researchers have found that, in addition to a pathway involving the insular cortex of the brain-the target of most recent research on interoception-an additional pathway contributing to feeling the heartbeat exists.

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  • - Somatic markers, interoception and homeostatic processes

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  • Khalsa hopes that by learning more about interoception, he might be able to develop therapies for people who suffer from anxiety disorders.

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  • Neuroimaging studies have previously linked heartbeat interoception to the brain's insula and

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  • The researchers found that, in addition to a pathway involving the insular cortex of the brain -- the target of most recent research on interoception -- an additional pathway contributing to feeling your own heartbeat exists.

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  • The findings demonstrate a genetic, developmental and functional link among the diverse sensory systems that govern conscious and unconscious proprioception, interoception, hearing, balance and arousal (as from sleep), said Dr. Kaashif Ahmad

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  • One such brain region is the anterior insula, which is critically important for interoception, or the self-awareness of internal body signals.

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