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Cognitive Functioning in People With CFS: A Comparison Between Subjective and Objective Measures

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Bob, Dec 25, 2013.

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    (This is just a general point, not particularly relevant to this study specifically)
    I'm not sure I have seen correlations graded like this before
     
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    What does that mean? poor effort and intention to perform well seem rather antagonist.
    And how do tey decide who make poor effort???
     
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    (There was a specific question asking how long it took to recover).
     
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    It is not discussed in the current paper.

    The abstract for that paper is:
    http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13803395.2012.668176#.U6hkp5RkTmc
     
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    It should be noted that people with CFS more accurately estimated their cognitive scores than the controls:

     
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    The researchers highlight how the lack of correlation between subjective and objective measures is not unique/specific to CFS:

     
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    The authors highlight why it was unlikely correlations between subjective and objective measures would be found in this set of data:
     
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