Exploring the multidimensional assessment of interoceptive awareness in youth aged 7–17 years

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Jones, A., Silas, J., Todd, J., Stewart, A., Acree, M., Coulson, M. and Mehling, W. 2021. Exploring the multidimensional assessment of interoceptive awareness in youth aged 7–17 years. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 77 (3), pp. 661-682. https://doi.org/10.1002/jclp.23067
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TitleExploring the multidimensional assessment of interoceptive awareness in youth aged 7–17 years
AuthorsJones, A., Silas, J., Todd, J., Stewart, A., Acree, M., Coulson, M. and Mehling, W.
Abstract

Objective
This study aimed to adapt the Multidimensional Assessment of Interoceptive Awareness (MAIA) questionnaire for younger respondents.
Method
The language of the MAIA was revised and children aged 7–10 years (n = 212) and adolescents aged 11–17 years (n = 217) completed the questionnaire.
Results
The original eight‐factor model was tested for fit using confirmatory factor analysis. The model had an acceptable fit in the total sample and younger subsample and overall fit in the older subsample was adequate following modification. Internal consistency was good, except for the Noticing, Not‐Distracting and Not‐Worrying scales. Results also demonstrated a negative linear relationship between the trusting scale and age, suggesting that youths may lose trust in their body as they age.
Conclusion
The adapted MAIA can be used with a younger population and, depending on the research question, individual MAIA scales may be selected. The survey is available at https://osher.ucsf.edu/maia.

Keywordsadolescence; childhood internal state; interoception ; interoceptive awareness ; MAIA
LanguageEnglish
PublisherWiley
JournalJournal of Clinical Psychology
ISSN0021-9762
Electronic1097-4679
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Online09 Oct 2020
Print11 Feb 2021
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Deposited19 Oct 2020
Submitted06 Mar 2020
Accepted19 Sep 2020
Output statusPublished
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1002/jclp.23067
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