Association of catastrophizing and fatigue: a systematic review.

@article{Lukkahatai2013AssociationOC,
  title={Association of catastrophizing and fatigue: a systematic review.},
  author={Nada Lukkahatai and Leorey N. Saligan},
  journal={Journal of psychosomatic research},
  year={2013},
  volume={74 2},
  pages={
          100-9
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Catastrophizing is an exaggerated negative evaluation and attention to specific symptoms such as pain or fatigue. A number of studies consistently support the significant role of catastrophizing in pain. However, the role of catastrophizing in fatigue is less frequently investigated. This article provides a critical review of published studies investigating this association. METHODS Using the keyword "Fatigue AND Catastrophizing", we performed a search in PubMed, SCOPUS, PsycINFO… CONTINUE READING
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