Joshua M. Smyth
Joshua Smyth's focus is on the application of the biopsychosocial model, with particular interests in ambulatory assessment and mHealth, understanding stress, affect, behavior and health in everyday life, and innovative interventions.
- Biobehavioral Health - BBH
- Stress, Health, and Daily Experiences (SHADE) Lab
- Stony Brook University, PhD, Health and Social Psychology, 1998
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
- Stress & Health
- Ambulatory Assessment
Three broadly defined areas – and the integration between them – comprise my research program: (1) What are the effects of experiencing stress on psychological and physical well-being? (2) Can we assess stress, affect, and health in an ecologically relevant manner that facilitates our understanding of biopsychosocial processes as they unfold in time and in context? (3) Can psychosocial interventions improve health and well-being?