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DATE

1987-12

AUTHORS

Christopher R. Newton, Howard E. Barbaree

ABSTRACT

Thirty-six community residents with mixed headache symptomatology were assigned either to a group receiving cognitive-behavioral treatment or to a waiting list control. Treatment focused explicitly upon training subjects to manage headache attacks more effectively. During a baseline assessment and following completion of treatment, all participants self-monitored cognitive activity during headache and kept a written record of headache symptoms. Cognitions were obtained by means of a thought-sampling procedure in which subjects provided a series of cognitive reports during each headache episode. Headache cognitions were scored on five cognitive measures developed in a preliminary study. In comparison with controls, treated subjects appraised headache attacks in a more positive manner and reported more frequent occurrence of coping thoughts of a problem-solving nature. Changes in cognitive appraisal were also correlated with reductions in headache intensity following treatment. In addition, prior to treatment, reported levels of pain intensity appeared to be related to cognitive activity during headache. The findings provide support for a multidimensional model of pain and suggest that treatment effectiveness may be mediated by changes in particular cognitive reactions to headache. More... »

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635-651

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