All Relations between self-monitoring and interoception

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Haichao Zhao, Ofir Turel, Antoine Bechara, Qinghua H. How distinct functional insular subdivisions mediate interacting neurocognitive systems. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol issue 2022 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 2022-05-07 Not clear
Henrik Walter, Anne Kausch, Lena Dorfschmidt, Lea Waller, Narges Chinichian, Ilya Veer, Kevin Hilbert, Ulrike L\\xc3\\xbcken, 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 issue 2021 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 2022-01-13 Not clear
J A Eccles, S N Garfinkel, N A Harrison, J Ward, R E Taylor, A P Bewley, H D Critchle. Sensations of skin infestation linked to abnormal frontolimbic brain reactivity and differences in self-representation. Neuropsychologia vol 77 issue 2016 26260311 together, these findings highlight a potential model for the maintenance of abnormal skin sensations, encompassing heightened threat processing within amygdala, increased salience of skin representations within insula and compromised prefrontal capacity for self-regulation and appraisal. 2016-08-03 2022-01-12 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 issue 2016 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 2022-01-12 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 issue 2015 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 2022-01-12 Not clear
Xavier No\\xc3\\xabl, Damien Brevers, Antoine Bechar. A triadic neurocognitive approach to addiction for clinical interventions. Frontiers in psychiatry vol 4 issue 2014 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 2022-01-12 Not clear
Olga Pollatos, J\\xc3\\xbcrgen F\\xc3\\xbcst\\xc3\\xb6s, Hugo D Critchle. On the generalised embodiment of pain: how interoceptive sensitivity modulates cutaneous pain perception. Pain vol 153 issue 8 2012 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 2022-01-12 Not clear
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