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CHALDRON. A measure of capacity, equal to fifty-eight and two-third cubic feet nearly. Vide Measure.

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Chalder T, Berelowitz G, Pawlikowska T, Watts L, Wessely S, Wright D, et al.
In the experimental condition, the frequency in the AP direction in the slow component also increased with fatigue after the test (r = 0.332, p = 0.019) and with Chalder's fatigue score (r = 0.350, p = 0.001).
The Empirical Sleepiness Scale consists of 6 items from the Epworth Sleepiness Scale and the Empirical Fatigue Scale consists of 1 item from the Fatigue Severity Scale [17], and 2 from the Chalder Fatigue Scale [18].
Chalder, "A review of psychological correlates of adjustment in patients with multiple sclerosis," Clinical Psychology Review, vol.
However, as Cella, Chalder, and White (2011) suggest, the heterogeneity of these patients is the norm, and focus on bodily symptoms is the most important cognitive symptom.
There is evidence to suggest that the subjective experience of fatigue is different in various medical populations, and there are questionnaires (e.g., the Chalder Fatigue Scale) that assess different aspects of fatigue, including mental and physical components (Chalder et al., 1993).
Mental health professionals Rimes and Chalder walk adolescents through a cognitive-behavioral treatment program they have developed to help them overcome chronic fatigue syndrome, also called myalgic encephalomyelitis.
[46.] Dougall D, Johnson A, Goldsmith K, Sharpe M, Angus B, Chalder T, White P.