Empirical Convergence is Needed in Conceptualizing the Interoception Construct: Trevisan et al's (2019) Meta-Analysis Revisited

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Alexithymia, a personality trait characterized by difficulties identifying/describing feelings and an externally-oriented thinking, is thought to be partially explained by low accuracy in detecting internal bodily signals. In a recent meta-analysis, Trevisan et al. (2019) examined this relationship between alexithymia and different dimensions of "interoceptive awareness" (i.e., the conscious perce...

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