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Published on Jun 3, 2009
Rona Moss-Morris is a Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Southampton. She is best known for her work on illness perceptions and has been researching psychological factors that affect adaptation to chronic illness for the past fifteen years.
In this interview, she discusses cognitive behavioural therapy factors which have been shown to be related to good adjustment to MS, as well as the factors that are related to worse adjustment. Professor Moss Morris spoke on this subject at MS Life 2009: Newcastle, Gateshead.