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Cognitive functioning in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) & depression: a preliminary comparison

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www.ProHealth.com • September 3, 1994


This study used a brief battery of neuropsychological measures
to examine the performance of patients with chronic fatigue
syndrome (CFS) (N = 16) and patients in a major depressive
episode (N = 23). The overall neuropsychological performance
of the CFS group was not significantly different from
depressed patients, and both groups scored within normal
limits on most measures. Variability of neuropsychologic
performance was in general unrelated to level of depressive
symptoms. The results are discussed in terms of the validity
of the cognitive criterion for the CFS diagnosis.
Subjective complaints of cognitive dysfunction by CFS
patients in light of the lack of objective evidence for the
same are considered in terms of a somatic vigilance
hypothesis.

Schmaling KB, DiClementi JD, Cullum CM, Jones JF




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