Disconnection Mechanism and Regional Cortical Atrophy Contribute to Impaired Processing of Facial Expressions and Theory of Mind in Multiple Sclerosis: A Structural MRI Study

@inproceedings{Mike2013DisconnectionMA,
  title={Disconnection Mechanism and Regional Cortical Atrophy Contribute to Impaired Processing of Facial Expressions and Theory of Mind in Multiple Sclerosis: A Structural MRI Study},
  author={Andrea Mike and Erzsebet Strammer and Mih{\'a}ly Aradi and Gergely Orsi and G{\'a}bor Perlaki and Andr{\'a}s S{\'a}ndor Hajnal and J{\'a}nos S{\'a}ndor and Miklos Banati and Eniko Illes and Alexander Zaitsev and Robert Herold and Charles R. G. Guttmann and Z Illes},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Successful socialization requires the ability of understanding of others' mental states. This ability called as mentalization (Theory of Mind) may become deficient and contribute to everyday life difficulties in multiple sclerosis. We aimed to explore the impact of brain pathology on mentalization performance in multiple sclerosis. Mentalization performance… CONTINUE READING