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Joint Announcement of the Emotional Well-being Network and Stress Measurement Network: Request for Proposals for Utilization of Large Scale Cohort Studies to Examine Health and Aging Trajectories
September 7th, 2021
Two research networks funded by the National Institutes of Health are requesting proposals for projects that utilize large scale cohort studies to examine psychological predictors and correlates of health and aging.
The Network for Emotional Well-being: Science, Practice, and Measurement, a collaborative project between UCSF, UC Berkeley, and Harvard, in partnership with the NIA-funded Stress Measurement Network, will support several projects via grant funding of up to $15,000 per project.
Call for Papers: Special Issue of Affective Science
September 7th, 2021
Affective Science invites proposals for papers to include in a special issue that will showcase novel empirical evidence examining interventions that can modify psychological well-being in meaningful, durable, and scalable ways.
Contributions are welcome from multiple disciplines including – but not limited to – psychology (health, social, personality, biological, developmental, clinical, cultural, organizational & industrial, cognitive, etc.), public health (social & behavioral sciences, epidemiology, health policy, global health), neuroscience, communication science, economics, sociology, and computer science.
Request for Proposals:
Connecting Emotional Well-being Interventions to Health Outcomes
August 2nd, 2021
The Network for Emotional Well-being: Science, Practice, and Measurement, a collaborative project between UCSF, UC Berkeley, and Harvard announces a new pilot study award.
To catalyze research on effective interventions for emotional well-being, the Network for Emotional Well-being will support three to five projects that examine the mechanisms that underlie the effects of emotional well-being promoting interventions on key health outcomes. Awards range from $10,000 to $50,000 per award for studies conducted for up to a 2-year period.