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Trait Self-Control Outperforms Trait Fatigue in Predicting MS Patients’ Cortical and Perceptual Responses to an Exhaustive Task

Trait Self-Control Outperforms Trait Fatigue in Predicting MS Patients’ Cortical and Perceptual Responses to an Exhaustive Task

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WOLFF, Wanja, Julia SCHÜLER, Jonas HOFSTETTER, Lorena BAUMANN, Lena WOLF, Christian DETTMERS, 2019. Trait Self-Control Outperforms Trait Fatigue in Predicting MS Patients’ Cortical and Perceptual Responses to an Exhaustive Task. In: Neural Plasticity, 8527203. ISSN 2090-5904. eISSN 1687-5443. Available under: doi: 10.1155/2019/8527203

@article{Wolff2019-04-24Trait-45735, title={Trait Self-Control Outperforms Trait Fatigue in Predicting MS Patients’ Cortical and Perceptual Responses to an Exhaustive Task}, year={2019}, doi={10.1155/2019/8527203}, issn={2090-5904}, journal={Neural Plasticity}, author={Wolff, Wanja and Schüler, Julia and Hofstetter, Jonas and Baumann, Lorena and Wolf, Lena and Dettmers, Christian}, note={Article Number: 8527203} }

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