Much attention has been focused on the physical aspects of MS, the most common source of neurological disability in young and middleaged adults, however recognition and treatment of the behavioral changes associated with the disease can be as equally important in improving quality of life for the patient. This book provides a detailed survey of the emotional, behavioral, and cognitive disorders prevalent among patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), including depression, mania, psychosis, pathological laughing, crying, and cognitive dysfunction. This volume provides clear clinical guidelines for diagnosis and treatment, detailed reviews of the literature, and case vignettes of each of the neuropsychiatric disorders associated with MS. Included in the text are chapters on screening and neuroimaging, as well as a final chapter examining the broader concept of subcortical white matter dementia. This book will be of interest to psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists, nurses, and other professionals involved in the management of patients with MS.