University of Western Australia, Nedlands. Treatment Manuals for Practitioners Series. Text for psychologists on the management of benign recurring headaches (migraine, tension, and combined headaches) using psychological techniques such as behavioral modification and biofeedback.
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Paul R. Martin, D. Phil., is associate professor of psychology at the University of Western Australia. He has been involved in headache research for many years and maintains a clinical practice with a specialty in behavioral medicine. A past President of the Australian Behaviour Modification Association, he has given a number of keynote addresses and workshops on headaches at international conferences.
1. Introduction: The Functional Model of Chronic Headaches
I. The Nature of Headaches: Conceptual Issues and Empirical Findings
2. Headaches and Associated Symptoms
3. Psychophysiological Mechanisms of Headaches
4. Antecedents and Consequences of Headaches
5. Studies of Psychological Treatment of Headaches
II. Psychological Assessment of Headaches
6. Preliminary Considerations and General Assessment Methods
7. Specialized Methods for Assessing Headache Phenomena, Antecedents, and Consequences
8. Case Examples of Psychological Assessment from a Functional Perspective
III. Psychological Treatment of Headaches
9. Planning Treatment, Parameters of Treatment, and the Educational Component
10. Focus on Headache Phenomena
11. Focus on Antecedents and Consequences of Headaches
12. Case Examples of Psychological Treatment from a Functional Perspective
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