Neuropsychological counseling improves social behavior in cognitively-impaired multiple sclerosis patients.

@article{Benedict2000NeuropsychologicalCI,
  title={Neuropsychological counseling improves social behavior in cognitively-impaired multiple sclerosis patients.},
  author={Ralph H. B. Benedict and A. Shapiro and Roger L. Priore and Colleen Miller and Frederick E. Munschauer and Linda Jacobs},
  journal={Multiple sclerosis},
  year={2000},
  volume={6 6},
  pages={391-6}
}
We studied the effectiveness of a newly-developed cognitive-behavioral intervention in 15 patients with marked cognitive impairment and behavior disorder. The design was a single-blind test of a neuropsychological intervention, with pre- and post-treatment assessments of personality and social behavior. MS patients underwent neurological examination and… CONTINUE READING