The Stress Measurement Network’s mission is to better understand the relationship between stress and health by improving the measurement of psychological stress in research studies. The Network is made up of experts from around the world who have come together to debate, improve, and develop measures of psychosocial stress. Their Network is funded by the National Institute of Aging (R24AG048024). To learn more about the Stress Measurement Network, please visit https://stresscenter.ucsf.edu/.
The Association for Psychological Science (APS) is a nonprofit organization working to “promote, protect, and advance the interests of scientifically oriented psychology in research, application, teaching, and the improvement of human welfare.” Since 1988, APS has been a leader in bringing together psychological and behavior science. Their dedication to making science open, rigorous, and reproducible, makes them a key partner for the Science of Behavior Change and one that we hope you will support. To learn more about the Association for Psychological Science, please visit www.psychologicalscience.org
The Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) is a professional society made up of 2,400 multidisciplinary researchers, clinicians, and students working to improve health by changing behavior. SBM holds an annual meeting where behavioral medicine experts, scientists, and trainees from around the world come together to discuss new research and developments in the field. SBM also publishes two scientific journals, health policy positon statements, and a regular newsletter. To learn more about the Society of Behavioral Medicine, please visit www.sbm.org.
“Integrating mind, brain, body and social context in medicine since 1942.” To learn more about the American Psychosomatic Society, please visit www.psychosomatic.org