New Study Explores Changes in “Social Cognition” in People with MS


  • A new study from researchers in Portugal explored why «social cognition» – how people process social situations – might be affected in some people with MS.
  • Using tests involving facial expressions and other ways to measure how well people can read others’ beliefs, desires and intentions, the researchers confirmed that people with MS tended to have deficits in social cognition, compared to those without MS.
  • They also found that worse scores on social cognition tests were associated with more MRI-detected damage in specific areas of the brain, suggesting…

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