A subjective cognitive impairment scale for migraine attacks. The MIG-SCOG: Development and validation

@article{GilGouveia2011ASC,
  title={A subjective cognitive impairment scale for migraine attacks. The MIG-SCOG: Development and validation},
  author={Raquel Gil-Gouveia and Ant{\^o}nio Gouveia Oliveira and Isabel Pav{\~a}o Martins},
  journal={Cephalalgia},
  year={2011},
  volume={31},
  pages={984 - 991}
}
Background: The burden of migraine is determined by impairment during attacks due to pain or non-painful symptoms such as cognitive symptoms. Objective: Development of a questionnaire to measure self-reported subjective cognitive symptoms during migraine attacks. Methods: Item generation was accomplished through structured patient interviews analysed by a panel of experts. A set of 43 candidate items was applied to consecutive migraine patients. Test construction with factor analysis retained… CONTINUE READING

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