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Table 3 Zero-order correlations between headache characteristics, headache-related disability and AEQ behavioural scores (n = 128)

From: Pain-related avoidance and endurance behaviour in migraine: an observational study

  AEQ-ASAS
(Avoidance of social activities)
AEQ-APAS
(Avoidance of physical activities)
AEQ-BES
(Behavioural endurance)
AEQ-HDS
(Humor/ distraction)
AEQ-PPS
(Pain persistence)
Headache days per month − 0.13
p = 0.13
−0.15
p = 0.093
0.15
p = 0.096
0.14
p = 0.12
0.11
p = 0.20
Headache intensity 0.16
p = 0.076
0.09
p = 0.30
−0.03
p = 0.74
−0.05
p = 0.56
−0.02
p = 0.86
Days with intake of acute migraine medication per month − 0.10
p = 0.24
−0.12
p = 0.20
0.09
p = 0.31
−0.01
p = 0.94
0.16
p = 0.075
MIDAS score 0.36
p < 0.001
0.24
p = 0.006
−0.03
p = 0.76
−0.06
p = 0.53
−0.01
p = 0.95
PDI 0.51
p < 0.001
0.35
p < 0.001
−0.19
p = 0.028
−0.16
p = 0.066
−0.20
p = 0.026
HADS-Depression 0.28
p = 0.001
0.17
p = 0.052
−0.20
p = 0.021
−0.24
p = 0.008
−0.16
p = 0.079
HADS-Anxiety 0.21
p = 0.016
0.09
p = 0.29
−0.12
p = 0.18
−0.26
p = 0.003
−0.006
p = 0.95
  1. Spearman’s rho is given. Significant correlations are marked in bold. AEQ Avoidance Endurance Questionnaire, MIDAS Migraine Disability Assessment Scale, PDI Pain Disability Index, HADS Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale
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