Elizabeth K. Seng, PhD

Elizabeth K. Seng, PhD

Dr Seng received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Kent State University, and her PhD in clinical psychology in the health track from Ohio University. She completed her internship and postdoctoral training at the West Haven VA and Yale School of Medicine in Connecticut. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Clinical Psychology, Health Emphasis PhD Program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University, and a Research Assistant Professor of Neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr Seng's research is broadly focused on psychological and social factors that facilitate or interfere with behavioral treatment of headache disorders and optimal decision-making for medication adherence.

Most Recent Articles by Elizabeth K. Seng, PhD

Cogniphobia in Migraine: The Fear and Avoidance of Thinking

Cogniphobia in Migraine: The Fear and Avoidance of Thinking

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Future research should focus on whether cogniphobia can be a modifiable factor in the treatment of patients with migraine.

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