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Behavioral and social sciences at the National Institutes of Health: Methods, measures, and data infrastructures as a scientific priority.
The National Institutes of Health Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) recently released its strategic plan for 2017-2021. This plan focuses on three equally important strategic...
This editorial discusses the new vision and rejuvenation for the journal of Health Psychology. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved)
Objective: Our goal was to examine the association between marital conflict and nocturnal blood pressure dipping (NBP) in Iraq/Afghanistan healthy veterans and their partners and to determine whether...
Objective: We assessed the relationship between positive affect and viral suppression among women with HIV infection. Method: Three waves of 6-month data were analyzed from 995 women on HIV...
The impact of stress at different life stages on physical health and the buffering effects of maternal sensitivity.
Objective: Many studies indicate that early life stress leads to negative health outcomes in adulthood, and some suggest that high-quality parenting might buffer these effects. Most prior research,...
Award honors individuals who provide excellent cancer care
American Cancer Society Awards Medal of Honor For Extraordinary Contributions to Saving More Lives from Cancer
Three volunteer leaders earn the Society’s highest honor
Award honors accomplishments to the cancer fight
Award honors individuals for research that improves quality of life of cancer patients
Annual American Cancer Society Report Identifies Significant Disparities in Cancer Burden by Gender, Race