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(1998) American Psychologist Correspondence (Johnson and Jason et al.)


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I just read this correspondence and thought I'd highlight it as (i) it's an easy read if you find full papers difficult with all the numbers and biological terminology, (ii) full text is available for free and (iii) it's interesting enough.

Free full text at: http://www.me-cvs.nl/index.php?pageid=3893&printlink=true&highlight=cfs
Am Psychol. 1998 Sep;53(9):1080-2.
The biopsychosocial model and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Johnson SK.
Source: Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina, 9201 University City Boulevard, Charlotte 28223-0001. skjohnso@email.uncc.edu.

Reply from:
Leonard A. Jason
DePaul University

Judith A. Richman
University of Illinois at Chicago

Fred Friedberg
State University of New York at Stony Brook

Lynne Wagner, Renee Taylor,
and Karen M. Jordan
DePaul University
Free at: http://www.me-cvs.nl/index.php?pageid=3904&printlink=true&highlight=richman