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Title Cognition and behavior in multiple sclerosis / edited by John DeLuca and Brian M. Sandroff.

Published Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, 2018.

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Physical description ix, 368 pages ; cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction -- Assessment of cognitive impairment in multiple sclerosis -- Cognition and multiple sclerosis: The role of magnetic resonance imaging -- Cerebral reorganization and cognition in multiple sclerosis -- Cognition and depression in multiple sclerosis -- Cognition and neuropsychiatric disorders in multiple sclerosis -- Cognition and fatigue in multiple sclerosis -- Personality and behavioral problems in multiple sclerosis -- Cognition and activities of daily living in multiple sclerosis -- Cognition and employment in multiple sclerosis -- Economic impact of cognitive impairment in multiple sclerosis -- Pediatric multiple sclerosis and cognition -- Pharmacological treatment for cognitive impairment in multiple sclerosis -- Cognitive rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis -- Exercise, physical activity, physical fitness, and cognition in multiple sclerosis -- Neuroprotection and cognition in multiple sclerosis: Effects of cognitive and brain reserve -- Index.
Summary "This volume consists of 15 stand-alone chapters that each address an important area pertaining to cognition and behavior in persons with MS. The first section of this textbook involves the latest characterization of MS-related cognitive impairment, with chapters on assessment and neuroimaging (i.e., structural and functional neuroimaging). The second section primarily involves the latest research on the mental health/behavioral correlates and consequences of MS-related cognitive impairment. This includes chapters on depression, neuropsychiatric disorders, fatigue, personality problems, activities of daily living, employment, and economic impact, respectively, and cognition in MS. The third section involves a chapter on pediatric-onset MS. This textbook concludes with a section on treatment approaches for MS-related cognitive impairment. This includes separate chapters on pharmacology, cognitive rehabilitation, exercise and physical activity, and cognitive reserve. The first edition of <xh:i>Cognition and Behavior in Multiple Sclerosis</xh:i> provides readers with a collection of the latest research by top scientists, pertaining to a largely understudied aspect of MS. By comprehensively addressing the correlates, consequences, and treatment of cognitive impairment in MS, it is our hope that this volume inspires new lines of clinical and behavioral research to improve the lives of those living with the disease, considering the common, burdensome, and challenging nature of cognitive impairment."--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2018 APA, all rights reserved).
Other formats Also issued in print.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement. s2018 dcunns
Other author DeLuca, John, 1956- editor.
Sandroff, Brian M., editor.
Subject Multiple sclerosis -- Complications.
Cognition disorders.
ISBN 9781433829321 (print ed.)
1433829320 (print ed.)
9781433829338 (electronic bk.)
1433829339 (electronic bk.)