Discriminating between chronic fatigue syndrome and depression: a cognitive analysis.

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BACKGROUND Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and depression share a number of common symptoms and the majority of CFS patients meet lifetime criteria for depression. While cognitive factors seem key to the maintenance of CFS and depression, little is known about how the cognitive characteristics differ in the two conditions. METHODS Fifty-three CFS patients… (More)

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@article{MossMorris2001DiscriminatingBC, title={Discriminating between chronic fatigue syndrome and depression: a cognitive analysis.}, author={Rona Moss-Morris and Keith J Petrie}, journal={Psychological medicine}, year={2001}, volume={31 3}, pages={469-79} }