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The effect of mental fatigue on the psychobiological response to a 10km cycling time trial

  title={The effect of mental fatigue on the psychobiological response to a 10km cycling time trial},
  author={H. Connon},
Mental fatigue is best described as a change in psychophysiological state due to sustained cognitive or perceptual performance. The negative effects of mental fatigue on occupational and cognitive tasks have been well documented (Boksem, Meijman, & Lorist, 2005; Lorist et al., 2000; Lundberg et al., 2002). Few studies exist that examine the effect of mental fatigue on physical performance (Marcora, Staiano, & Manning, 2009; Mehta & Parasuraman, 2014); those that do suggest that mental fatigue… Expand


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