Association of Hypnotizability, Interoception, and Emotion

The present scoping review reports the reciprocal relations between hypnotizability, interoception, and emotion. Brain morpho-functional differences may account for the lower interoceptive accuracy, higher interoceptive sensitivity, and different emotional strategies observed in highly hypnotizable participants with respect to medium-to-low hypnotizables. Since interoception is relevant to both physical and mental health and hypnotizability can predict both interoceptive abilities and the efficacy of interoception-based mental training, this allows for the development of new forms of treatment and rehabilitation.

Zelič, Ž., Sebastiani, L., & Santarcangelo, E. L. (2023). Association of Hypnotizability, Interoception, and Emotion. The International journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis71(3), 250–262. https://doi.org/10.1080/00207144.2023.2226188

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