Effect of fatigue on force sensation

  title={Effect of fatigue on force sensation},
  author={Lynette A. Jones and Ian W. Hunter},
  journal={Experimental Neurology},
Recent experiments have suggested that a sense of effort can be separated from a sense of developed force or tension in muscular contractions. The evidence for this distinction was examined during submaximal fatiguing contractions. Subjects were required to maintain until maximal endurance a constant isometric force with their right, reference arm, and at 15-s intervals they estimated the magnitude of this force with a matching contraction of the contralateral arm. The matching force produced… CONTINUE READING
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