All Relations between self-monitoring and interoception

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M Arun Kumar, Swathi . Effectiveness of Interoceptive Programs to Improve Academic Self-Regulation and Reduce Behavioral Problems Among Children With Learning Disabilities. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975505. the study found that the interoceptive program had an impact on academic self-regulation and behavioral problems among children with learning disabilities. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
M Arun Kumar, Swathi . Effectiveness of Interoceptive Programs to Improve Academic Self-Regulation and Reduce Behavioral Problems Among Children With Learning Disabilities. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975505. effectiveness of interoceptive programs to improve academic self-regulation and reduce behavioral problems among children with learning disabilities. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
M Arun Kumar, Swathi . Effectiveness of Interoceptive Programs to Improve Academic Self-Regulation and Reduce Behavioral Problems Among Children With Learning Disabilities. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975505. conclusion the results of the study showed that the interoceptive program helped children with learning disabilities improve their academic self-regulation and have fewer behavioral issues. interoception can positively regulate their behavior. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
Haichao Zhao, Ofir Turel, Antoine Bechara, Qinghua H. How distinct functional insular subdivisions mediate interacting neurocognitive systems. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 2022-05-05. PMID:35511695. recent neurocognitive models propose that the insula serves as a hub of interoceptive awareness system, modulating 2 interplaying neurocognitive systems: the posterior insula (pi) receives and integrates various interoceptive signals; these signals are then transmitted to the anterior insula for processing higher-order representations into awareness, where the dorsal anterior insula (dai) modulates the prefrontal self-control system and the ventral anterior insula (vai) modulates the amygdala (amg)-striatal reward-seeking circuit. 2022-05-05 2023-08-13 Not clear
Henrik Walter, Anne Kausch, Lena Dorfschmidt, Lea Waller, Narges Chinichian, Ilya Veer, Kevin Hilbert, Ulrike Lüken, Martin P Paulus, Thomas Goschke, Johann D Kruschwit. Self-control and interoception: Linking the neural substrates of craving regulation and the prediction of aversive interoceptive states induced by inspiratory breathing restriction. NeuroImage. vol 215. 2021-02-19. PMID:32283274. moreover, during the self-control task, levels of interoceptive prediction were associated with connectivity in a spatially distributed network including among other areas the insula and regions of cognitive control, while during the interoceptive prediction task, levels of self-control were associated with connectivity in a spatially distributed network including among other regions the insula and presma. 2021-02-19 2023-08-13 Not clear
Nora D Volkow, Michael Michaelides, Ruben Bale. The Neuroscience of Drug Reward and Addiction. Physiological reviews. vol 99. issue 4. 2019-10-28. PMID:31507244. combined, these effects result in an enhanced motivation to "seek the drug" (energized by dopamine increases triggered by drug cues) and an impaired prefrontal top-down self-regulation that favors compulsive drug-taking against the backdrop of negative emotionality and an enhanced interoceptive awareness of "drug hunger." 2019-10-28 2023-08-13 Not clear
S Friedel, S L Whittle, N Vijayakumar, J G Simmons, M L Byrne, O S Schwartz, N B Alle. Dispositional mindfulness is predicted by structural development of the insula during late adolescence. Developmental cognitive neuroscience. vol 14. 2016-03-07. PMID:26209810. the involvement of insula development in mindfulness is consistent with a direct role for this structure in managing self-regulation, and in doing so concords with recent models of self-referential interoceptive awareness. 2016-03-07 2023-08-13 human
Carina Y Heitmann, Jutta Peterburs, Martin Mothes-Lasch, Marlit C Hallfarth, Stephanie Böhme, Wolfgang H R Miltner, Thomas Straub. Neural correlates of anticipation and processing of performance feedback in social anxiety. Human brain mapping. vol 35. issue 12. 2015-07-13. PMID:25099708. in line with the role of the medial prefrontal cortex in self-referential information processing and the insula in interoception, social anxiety seems to be associated with lower self-monitoring during feedback anticipation, and an increased self-focus and interoception during feedback presentation, regardless of feedback valence. 2015-07-13 2023-08-13 human
Kristina L McFadden, Jason R Tregellas, Megan E Shott, Guido K W Fran. Reduced salience and default mode network activity in women with anorexia nervosa. Journal of psychiatry & neuroscience : JPN. vol 39. issue 3. 2015-04-06. PMID:24280181. neuronal networks contributing to action selection, self-regulation and interoception could contribute to pathologic eating and body perception in people with anorexia nervosa. 2015-04-06 2023-08-12 Not clear
Qinghua He, Lin Xiao, Gui Xue, Savio Wong, Susan L Ames, Susan M Schembre, Antoine Bechar. Poor ability to resist tempting calorie rich food is linked to altered balance between neural systems involved in urge and self-control. Nutrition journal. vol 13. 2015-03-30. PMID:25228353. the loss of self-control or inability to resist tempting/rewarding foods, and the development of less healthful eating habits may be explained by three key neural systems: (1) a hyper-functioning striatum system driven by external rewarding cues; (2) a hypo-functioning decision-making and impulse control system; and (3) an altered insula system involved in the translation of homeostatic and interoceptive signals into self-awareness and what may be subjectively experienced as a feeling. 2015-03-30 2023-08-13 Not clear
Xavier Noël, Damien Brevers, Antoine Bechar. A triadic neurocognitive approach to addiction for clinical interventions. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 4. 2014-06-24. PMID:24409155. according to the triadic neurocognitive model of addiction to drugs (e.g., cocaine) and non-drugs (e.g., gambling), weakened "willpower" associated with these behaviors is the product of an abnormal functioning in one or more of three key neural and cognitive systems: (1) an amygdala-striatum dependent system mediating automatic, habitual, and salient behaviors; (2) a prefrontal cortex dependent system important for self-regulation and forecasting the future consequences of a behavior; and (3) an insula dependent system for the reception of interoceptive signals and their translation into feeling states (such as urge and craving), which in turn plays a strong influential role in decision-making and impulse control processes related to uncertainty, risk, and reward. 2014-06-24 2023-08-12 Not clear
N D Volkow, G-J Wang, D Tomasi, R D Bale. Obesity and addiction: neurobiological overlaps. Obesity reviews : an official journal of the International Association for the Study of Obesity. vol 14. issue 1. 2013-02-01. PMID:23016694. the combined results suggest that both obese and drug-addicted individuals suffer from impairments in dopaminergic pathways that regulate neuronal systems associated not only with reward sensitivity and incentive motivation, but also with conditioning, self-control, stress reactivity and interoceptive awareness. 2013-02-01 2023-08-12 Not clear
Olga Pollatos, Jürgen Füstös, Hugo D Critchle. On the generalised embodiment of pain: how interoceptive sensitivity modulates cutaneous pain perception. Pain. vol 153. issue 8. 2012-12-11. PMID:22658270. individual differences in interoceptive sensitivity are associated with differences in reported intensity of emotional experience, vulnerability to anxiety and mood disorder and capacity for emotional self-regulation. 2012-12-11 2023-08-12 human