This study examines the usefulness of a wearable robotic exoskeleton device to improve learning, memory, and walking in people with MS.
This study investigates the effectiveness of memory techniques in people with Multiple Sclerosis.
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Three days after turning 25, while a student at Seton Hall University, Michaele Clayborne-Crosby, lost vision in her right eye. Years of unexplained symptoms suddenly came into focus.
Doctors diagnosed multiple sclerosis. Aft
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is granted to members who have made significant contributions to Sports Neuropsychology Society and other areas through, PhD, senior vice president of research and training was named Fellow of the . This recognition
The purpose of this research study is to understand how individuals with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) learn from the outcomes of their actions during a common social situation.
The purpose of this research is to study whether completing thinking exercises on a computer combined with physical exercise is an effective treatment for difficulties with thinking, memory, and problem-solving in individuals with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (PMS).
The purpose of this study is to investigate how individuals with MS make decisions regarding their MS medications and treatment.
The purpose of this research study is to compare the effect of two different types of physical activity on thinking skills in individuals with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The two treatments include a group aquatics program and a group stretching program.
Why is the Dual-task Cost of Walking Important in MS? An Examination of Ecological Validity and Cortical Activation
|This study will investigate the DTCW using both conventional and 'ecologically-valid' paradigms and correlate it with performance on tasks of everyday living. It is hypothesized that measuring DTCW using a 'ecologically-valid' paradigm will demonstrate differences between groups (35 persons with MS|
The purpose of this research study is to compare the effect of two different treatments on thinking skills in individuals with MS. The two treatments include a group-based yoga program and a one on one computerized program designed to improve how well individuals with MS can think and pay attention