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Phys Ther. 1984 Mar;64(3):343-6.

Perceived exertion. A review.

Abstract

Physical therapists are well aware of the physiological responses to exercise. The process by which these underlying mechanisms contribute to the perceptual response of perceived exertion is generally less familiar. The purpose of this article is to summarize briefly some of the current major concepts about perceived exertion and to indicate, where possible, the potential significance of these concepts for physical therapy.

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