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  1. Mechanisms of change in posttraumatic headache–related disability: A mediation model
  2. PTSD symptoms and tinnitus severity: An analysis of veterans with posttraumatic headaches.
  3. Study design for a randomized clinical trial of cognitive-behavioral therapy for posttraumatic headache
  4. Effectiveness of Mindfulness Meditation vs Headache Education for Adults With Migraine
  5. Underuse of Behavioral Treatments for Headache: a Narrative Review Examining Societal and Cultural Factors
  6. Reason to doubt the ICHD-3 7-day inclusion criterion for mild TBI-related posttraumatic headache: A nested cohort study
  7. A randomized placebo-controlled trial of desipramine, cognitive behavioral therapy, and active placebo therapy for low back pain
  8. Migraine Headache
  9. Migraine Headache
  10. Telehealth Therapy Effects of Nurses and Mental Health Professionals From 2 Randomized Controlled Trials for Chronic Back Pain
  11. Biomedical authors’ awareness of publication ethics: an international survey
  12. A Critical Exploration of Migraine as a Health Disparity: the Imperative of an Equity-Oriented, Intersectional Approach
  13. Randomized Controlled Trial of Nurse-Delivered Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Versus Supportive Psychotherapy Telehealth Interventions for Chronic Back Pain
  14. Sleep and headache disorders
  15. Pain worsening with physical activity during migraine attacks in women with overweight/obesity: A prospective evaluation of frequency, consistency, and correlates
  16. Randomized Controlled Trial of Telephone-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy versus Supportive Care for Chronic Back Pain
  17. Reduction in Pain Medication Prescriptions and Self-Reported Outcomes Associated with Acupuncture in a Military Patient Population
  18. Forecasting Individual Headache Attacks Using Perceived Stress: Development of a Multivariable Prediction Model for Persons With Episodic Migraine
  19. Sleep and Headache Disorders
  20. Aerobic Exercise for Reducing Migraine Burden: Mechanisms, Markers, and Models of Change Processes
  21. Are migraine and tension-type headache diagnostic types or points on a severity continuum? An exploration of the latent taxometric structure of headache
  22. Well-Established and Empirically Supported Behavioral Treatments for Migraine
  23. Temporomandibular disorders
  24. Insights on Treatment Mechanisms of Cognitive-Behavioral Migraine Therapy
  25. Headache
  26. Establishing a Coherent Reporting Guidelines Policy in Health Journals
  27. Behavioral and Other Nonpharmacologic Treatments for Headache
  28. Nighttime snacking, stress, and migraine activity
  29. A Systematic Review of Behavioral Headache Interventions With an Aerobic Exercise Component
  30. Type I Error in Headache Research
  31. Methodological Issues in Studying Rates and Predictors of Migraine Progression and Remission
  32. Rounding Behavior in the Reporting of Headache Frequency Complicates Headache Chronification Research
  33. Rethinking Headache Chronification
  34. Influence of Random Measurement Error on Estimated Rates of Headache Chronification and Remission
  35. Causality and Headache Triggers
  36. Migraine Headache
  37. Stress and sleep duration predict headache severity in chronic headache sufferers
  38. Six-month follow-up of a telehealth intervention for chronic back pain
  39. Late-night snacking and migraine management
  40. Predictors of Headache Before, During, and After Pregnancy: A Cohort Study
  41. How Does the Migraine Attack Stop? It Is NOT the Trigger: Common Headache Triggers Do Not Predict Cessation of Pain
  42. Direct Costs of Preventive Headache Treatments: Comparison of Behavioral and Pharmacologic Approaches
  43. Telephone-delivered CBT self-management skills training for chronic back pain
  44. The Use of Antidepressants for Headache Prophylaxis
  45. Behavioral therapies for migraine
  46. Were we wrong about the role of psychiatric comorbidities in primary headache?
  47. Stress Management for Migraine: Recent Research and Commentary
  48. Psychiatric comorbidities and migraine chronification
  49. Improving the Quality of Research Reporting:HeadacheSteps Up to the Plate
  50. Statistical Reviewing forHeadache
  51. Anxiety disorders and migraine intractability and progression
  52. A Response: Change Mechanisms in EMG Biofeedback Training Revisited
  53. Sleep and headaches
  54. Introduction to the Special Series on the Chronification of Headache: Mechanisms, Risk Factors, and Behavioral Strategies Aimed at Primary and Secondary Prevention of Chronic Headache
  55. Headache Chronification: Screening and Behavioral Management of Comorbid Depressive and Anxiety Disorders
  56. Challenges of nonpharmacologic interventions in chronic tension-type headache
  57. Osteopathic Treatment Versus “Relaxation” for Tension-Type Headache
  58. Sleep and headache disorders
  59. Reassuring patients about normal test results
  60. Erratum
  61. Behavioral Facilitation of Medical Treatment for Headache-Part I: Review of Headache Treatment Compliance
  62. The Neuropsychology of Recurrent Headache
  63. Behavioral Facilitation of Medical Treatment for Headache-Part II: Theoretical Models and Behavioral Strategies for Improving Adherence
  64. Complex Comorbidities of Recurrent Headache Disorders: Introduction to the Special Series
  65. Psychiatric Comorbidity With Chronic Headache: Evidence-Based Clinical Implications?Introduction to the Supplement
  66. Behavioral Facilitation of Medical Treatment of Headache: Implications of Noncompliance and Strategies for Improving Adherence
  67. Basic Principles and Techniques of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies for Comorbid Psychiatric Symptoms Among Headache Patients
  68. A Review of Screening Tools for Psychiatric Comorbidity in Headache Patients
  69. Not Tonight, I Have a Headache?
  70. A Role for Blocked Randomization
  71. The Neural Matrix of Pain Processing, Placebo Analgesia, and Cognitive Factors: Clinical Abstracts and Commentary
  72. Hormones, Menstrual Distress, and Migraine Across the Phases of the Menstrual Cycle
  73. The Predictive Value of Abbreviated Migraine Diagnostic Criteria
  74. Time‐Series Features of Headache: Individual Distributions, Patterns, and Predictability of Pain
  75. Behavioral Research and the Double‐Blind Placebo‐Controlled Methodology: Challenges in Applying the Biomedical Standard to Behavioral Headache Research
  76. Future Directions in Behavioral Headache Research: Applications for an Evolving Health Care Environment
  77. Behavioral Headache Treatment: History, Review of the Empirical Literature, and Methodological Critique
  78. Headache and Psychiatric Comorbidity: Historical Context, Clinical Implications, and Research Relevance
  79. Behavioral Headache Research: Methodologic Considerations and Research Design Alternatives
  80. Guidelines for Trials of Behavioral Treatments for Recurrent Headache, First Edition: American Headache Society Behavioral Clinical Trials Workgroup
  81. Statistical Power and Sample Size Estimation for Headache Research: An Overview and Power Calculation Tools
  82. Neuropsychology of migraine: present status and future directions
  83. Headache Research Methodology: Introduction to the Special Series
  84. Guidelines for Trials of Behavioral Treatments for Recurrent Headache: Purpose, Process, and Product
  85. Allocation of Patients to Conditions in Headache Clinical Trials: Randomization, Stratification, and Treatment Matching
  86. Behavioral interventions for tension-type headache: Overview of current therapies and recommendation for a self-management model for chronic headache
  87. Psychiatric comorbidities in patients with headaches
  88. Rains, J., Penzien, D. Sleep and chronic pain challenges to the α-EEG sleep pattern as a pain specific sleep anomaly
  89. Behavioral therapies for migraine
  90. Your Headache Is a Cow
  91. Sleep and chronic pain
  92. Chronic headache and sleep disturbance
  93. Behavioral treatment strategies for migraine and tension-type headache: a review of the evidence and future directions
  94. The influence of placebo awareness on stimulant drug response in a double-blind trial
  95. Behavioral therapy and physical treatments for tension and cervicogenic headache
  96. Diagnosis of Migraine: Empirical Analysis of a Large Clinical Sample of Atypical Migraine (IHS 1.7) Patients and Proposed Revision of the IHS Criteria
  97. Psychophysiologic Therapy for Chronic Headache in Primary Care
  98. Use of Cluster Analysis to Validate IHS Diagnostic Criteria for Migraine and Tension-Type Headache
  99. Recurrent Headache: A Neglected Women’s Health Problem
  100. Self-Management of Recurrent Headache
  101. A functional approach to headache management.
  102. Psychometric properties of the weekly stress inventory (WSI): Extension to a patient sample with coronary heart disease
  103. Temporomandibular Disorders
  104. Headache and Depression: Confounding Effects of Transdiagnostic Symptoms
  105. Chest pain self-management training for patients with coronary artery disease
  106. Psychosocial Interventions in the Management of Recurrent Headache Disorders 2: Description of Treatment Techniques
  107. Psychosocial Interventions in the Management of Recurrent Headache Disorders 1: Overview and Effectiveness
  108. Cognitive-behavioral classifications of chronic pain: replication and extension of empirically derived patient profiles
  109. Psychiatric Aspects of Headache
  110. Development of a computer application for headache diagnosis: The headache diagnostic system
  111. The Relationship of Ovarian Steroids, Headache Activity and Menstrual Distress: A Pilot Study With Female Migraineurs
  112. Computer-Aided System for Headache Diagnosis with the Ihs Headache Diagnostic Criteria: Development and Validation
  113. Time-Series Analysis of Stress and Headache
  114. The Impact of Cigarette Smoking on Headache Activity in Headache Patients
  115. Propranolol in the Management of Recurrent Migraine: A Meta-analytic Review
  116. The Headache-Specific Locus of Control Scale: Adaptation to Recurrent Headaches
  117. Pharmacological versus non-pharmacological prophylaxis of recurrent migraine headache: a meta-analytic review of clinical trials
  118. Meta-analysis minus the analysis: a prescription for confusion
  119. Long-term maintenance of improvements achieved with (abortive) pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments for migraine: Preliminary findings
  120. Recurrent vascular headache: Home-based behavioral treatment versus abortive pharmacological treatment.
  121. Recurrent vascular headache: Home-based behavioral treatment versus abortive pharmacological treatment.
  122. Client variables and the behavioral treatment of recurrent tension headache: A metaanalytic review
  123. The Role of Stress in Recurrent Tension Headache
  124. The effects of anticipatory stress on heart rate and t-wave amplitude revisited: A reply to furedy and heslegrave
  125. The Influence of Pain State on Physiological Reactivity of Tension Headache Sufferers
  126. Psychometric Characteristics of the Bakal Headache Assessment Questionnaire
  127. Change mechanisms in EMG biofeedback training: Cognitive changes underlying improvements in tension headache.
  128. Change mechanisms in EMG biofeedback training: Cognitive changes underlying improvements in tension headache.
  129. The effects of anticipatory stress on heart rate and T-wave amplitude
  130. The Effects of Lead Toxication on Learning in Rats
  131. Sleep and Quality of Life in Headache and Migraine
  132. Sleep and pain management in the elderly
  133. Management of headache pain
  134. Ethical issues in the substance abusing pain patient
  135. Ethical issues in the substance abusing pain patient