Headache pain is a major public health concern, afflicting billions worldwide. Fear of thinking (cogniphobia) and subsequent avoidance of cognitive exertion represents a key target for non-pharmacological interventions for disabling headache pain. This studyinvestigated relationships between cogniphobia and disability in individuals with migraine pain.
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Original Research Oral Presentation: NIDILRR 1025674
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