The Impact of Menstruation on Psychological and Physiological Correlates of Endurance Performance | Original Article
It is projected that menstruation has unenthusiastic belongings on physiological and psychological correlates of endurance performance. The physiological effects may be delicate, but at best level sufficient to manipulate performance. The psychological correlates may be affected more obviously and more detrimentally. The pace and the correctness of a perceptual decision depend on the strength of the sensory stimulation. When incentive strength is high, accuracy is high and response time is fast; when incentive strength is low, correctness is low and response time is slow.