pertaining to interoceptors, the stimuli acting upon them, or the nerve impulses initiated by them.
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How to use interoceptive in a sentence
These signals travel through a complex network of nerves and deep-lying brain regions before arriving at parts of the cortex specialized for interoceptive processing—in particular, the insular cortex.
The key property of interoceptive signals is that they reflect, in one way or another, how well physiological regulation of the body is going.
Like all physical properties, the bodily causes of interoceptive signals remain hidden behind a sensory veil.