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The Clinical Measurement of Fatigue. Part i.-The Measurement of Mental Fatigue

  • Wilhelm Specht (a1)
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We have already pointed to the great practical importance of the measurement of fatigue in traumatic neuroses. It is particularly important for our purpose because, as we have already observed, exaggerated fatigue is always present in this disease, and so it gives the best opportunity of testing the general applicability of our method to the clinical measurement of fatigue.

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(1) Kraepelin's Psych. Arb. vol. ii, p. 577.

(2) Münchener med. Wochenschrift, 1898, No. 49.

(3) Cf. Gross, Ibid. P- is the same patient in whom Gross measured fatigue.

(4) Cf. Table III.

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  • Wilhelm Specht (a1)
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