Multiple sclerosis (MS) is often associated with cognitive and emotional changes that affect daily activities and quality of life. Deficits in memory, executive function, processing speed, and other cognitive domains are frequently reported. In addition, mood disturbances and fatigue are common. In this article, the authors highlight research on individual differences in the neuropsychology of MS, and emphasize neuroimaging studies that help elucidate the basis of the deficits.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Psychiatry and Mental health