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Any form of sensation arising from stimulation of interoceptors and conveying information about the state of the internal organs and tissues, blood pressure, and the fluid, salt, and sugar levels in the blood. See also internal sense. Compare exteroception, kinaesthesis, proprioception. [From inter(i)o(r) (re)ception]

Subjects: Psychology.

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