Perceptions of capacity, fatigue, and their psychophysics: Examining construct equivalence and the relationship between actual capacity and perception of capacity during resisted elbow flexion tasks

The actual capacity to perform tasks, and actual fatigue, are concepts that have been thought of as inherently linked. These considerations also extend to their phenomenology, meaning the perception(s) of capacity or fatigue. The phenomenology of capacity or fatigue thus may be capturing the same underlying latent construct. Further, it is speculated that the actual capacity of a person to perform a given task, and their perception of that capacity, [...]

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