Behavioural Neurology / 2019 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Coping Strategies in Migraine without Aura: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 2

Neuropsychological, psychological, and coping data in patients with migraine without aura and healthy controls.

MwoA patients ()Healthy controls ()

MoCA73.147<0.001
BDI-II2.1490.145
AES-S0.3640.548
STAIY-10.0290.866
STAIY-20.7040.403
PSS0.1980.657
PCI: proactive0.8070.371
PCI: reflective0.0590.809
PCI: strategic0.8610.355
PCI: preventive1.1120.294
PCI: instrumental1.4120.237
PCI: emotional support1.7140.193
PCI: avoidance1.1480.286
PCI: total0.0070.934
COPE: social support0.0080.931
COPE: denial0.2150.643
COPE: positive reinterpretation0.6350.427
COPE: acceptance0.2190.641
COPE: turning to religion8.9890.003
COPE: total0.1070.745
CISS: task solution1.7300.191
CISS: rumination0.9120.341
CISS: aggression0.4840.488
CISS: distraction1.2470.266
CISS: social diversion0.0770.781

The values are expressed as . MwoA: migraine without aura; : Fisher test; MoCA: Montreal Cognitive Assessment; BDI-II: Beck Depression Inventory II; AES: Apathy Evaluation Scale; STAI-Y: Spielberg State and Trait Anxiety Inventory-Form Y; COPE: Coping Orientation to Problems Experienced; PCI: Proactive Coping Inventory; CISS: Coping Inventory for Stressful Situation; PSS: Perceived Stress Scale.

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