Listening to Your Heart

@article{Dunn2010ListeningTY,
  title={Listening to Your Heart},
  author={B. Dunn and Hannah C Galton and R. Morgan and D. Evans and Clare Oliver and M. Meyer and R. Cusack and A. Lawrence and T. Dalgleish},
  journal={Psychological Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={21},
  pages={1835 - 1844}
}
Theories proposing that how one thinks and feels is influenced by feedback from the body remain controversial. A central but untested prediction of many of these proposals is that how well individuals can perceive subtle bodily changes (interoception) determines the strength of the relationship between bodily reactions and cognitive-affective processing. In Study 1, we demonstrated that the more accurately participants could track their heartbeat, the stronger the observed link between their… Expand
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