Does Self-Efficacy Affect Cognitive Performance in Persons with Clinically Isolated Syndrome and Early Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis?

@inproceedings{Jongen2015DoesSA,
  title={Does Self-Efficacy Affect Cognitive Performance in Persons with Clinically Isolated Syndrome and Early Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis?},
  author={Peter Joseph Jongen and Keith A Wesnes and Bj{\"o}rn M van Geel and Paul Pop and Hans M Schrijver and Leo H. Visser and Herman Jacobus Gilhuis and Ludovicus G. Sinnige and Augustina M A Brands},
  booktitle={Multiple sclerosis international},
  year={2015}
}
In persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) a lowered self-efficacy negatively affects physical activities. Against this background we studied the relationship between self-efficacy and cognitive performance in the early stages of MS. Thirty-three patients with Clinically Isolated Syndrome (CIS) and early Relapsing Remitting MS (eRRMS) were assessed for self-efficacy (MSSES-18), cognition (CDR System), fatigue (MFIS-5), depressive symptoms (BDI), disease impact (MSIS-29), and disability (EDSS… CONTINUE READING
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