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Signal Detection Theory May Be Useful for Characterizing Cognitive Fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis – Neuroscience News

Summary: Study reveals an association between signal detection theory, brain activation patterns, and subjective state fatigue. In those with multiple sclerosis, greater effects of fatigue were seen. Source: Kessler Foundation Using signal detection theory, Kessler Foundation researchers furthered their understanding of the mechanisms of cognitive fatigue in a recent neuroimaging study comparing participants with multiple …

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