Kristin E King

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This study examined if subcortical stroke was associated with impaired facial emotion recognition. Furthermore, the lateralization of the impairment and the differential profiles of facial emotion recognition deficits with localized thalamic or basal ganglia damage were also studied. Thirty-eight patients with subcortical strokes and 19 matched normal(More)
Because multiple sclerosis (MS) is usually diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, a time during which most people begin serious relationships, dyadic adjustment for MS patients is a salient issue. However, little is known about factors that might contribute to dyadic adjustment problems in MS. In the present study, we predicted that MS patients showing(More)
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