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Properties of measurements obtained during Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing in individuals with ME/CFS

Properties of measurements obtained during Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing in individuals with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, by Todd E Davenport, Staci R Stevens, M A Jared Stevens, Christopher R Snell, J Mark VanNess in Work vol. 66, no. 2, pp. 247-256, … Continue reading

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A reexamination of the Cognitive Behavioral model of CFS

Thesis abstract: Cognitive behavioral theories of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) assert that cognitions and behaviors perpetuate the fatigue and impairment that individuals with CFS experience (Wessely, Butler, Chalder, & David, 1991). Vercoulen and colleagues (1998) utilized structural equation modeling to empirically … Continue reading

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Rehmeyer makes statisticians’ ‘jaws drop’ over PACE

MEAction blog post by Alex Anderssen, 8 August 2016: Rehmeyer makes statisticians’ ‘jaws drop’ over PACE Science writer Julie Rehmeyer presented a critique of the PACE trial to North America’s largest gathering of statisticians in Chicago earlier this week. Her talk was titled, “Bad … Continue reading

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