Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology/Behavioral Medicine), SUNY/Buffalo;
M.L.S. (Library Studies), Pratt Institute;
B.A./M.A. (Behavioral Psychology), Queens College
Curriculum Vitae / Bio
Howard Pikoff is a librarian and a psychologist. Since 1975 he has divided his time between Lockwood Library, the Pain Management Center at Buffalo General Hospital, and private practice. He is Lockwood Library's specialist for psychology, social work, and Judaic studies.
Pikoff, H.B. (2017). Psychological mislabeling of chronic pain: Lessons from migraine in the 20th century. Pain Management, 7, 127-132. Abridged and unabridged preprints of this article are available at https://ubir.buffalo.edu/xmlui/handle/10477/75110?show=full
Pikoff, H.B. (2010). A study in psychological mislabelling: The rise and (protracted) fall of psychogenic fibromyalgia. International Musculoskeletal Medicine, 32, 129-132. Abridged and unabridged preprints of this article are available at https://ubir.buffalo.edu/xmlui/handle/10477/2032
Pikoff, H. (2004). Complementary headache therapy: A close look at the treatments and the evidence. Buffalo, N.Y.: Data for Decisions.
Pikoff, H. (1996). Treatment effectiveness handbook. Buffalo, N.Y.: Data for Decisions.
Pikoff, H. (1984). Is the muscular model of headache still viable? A review of conflicting data. Headache, 24, 186-198.
Pikoff, H. (1984). A critical review of autogenic training in America. Clinical Psychology Review, 4, 619-639.
edit your profile