- Chapter 1 Psychological research in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Past, present, and future
- Chapter 2 Quality of life in ALS: What is it and how do we measure it?
- Chapter 3 Psychological morbidity in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Depression, anxiety, hopelessness
- Chapter 4 Mindfulness and mindlessness and ALS
- Chapter 5 Complementary and alternative medicines and ALS
- Chapter 6 Genetic counselling: Psychological impact and concerns
- Chapter 7 Resilience and coping strategies in ALS patients and caregivers
- Chapter 8 Cognitive and behavioural dysfunction in ALS and its assessment
- Chapter 9 The impact of cognitive and behavioural change on quality of life of caregivers and patients with ALS and other neurological conditions
- Chapter 10 Neglected needs: Sexuality, intimacy, anger
- Chapter 11 ‘They embrace you virtually’: The internet as a tool for social support for people with ALS
- Chapter 12 Investigating the psychology of assistive device use in ALS: Suggestions for improving adherence and engagement
- Chapter 13 End of life: Wishes, values and symptoms, and their impact on quality of life and well-being
- Chapter 14 Hastened death: Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia in ALS
- Chapter 15 Bulbar dysfunction in ALS: Psychological implications
- Chapter 16 ALS caregiver quality of life and psychological implications
- Chapter 17 Providing holistic care for the individual with ALS: Research gaps and future directions
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