Thu, Jan 28 | UCSF | Zoom

2021 Working Group Meeting

Best Practices in Assessment of Stress in Daily Life
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2021 Working Group Meeting

Time & Location

Jan 28, 9:00 AM PST
UCSF | Zoom

About the Event

Click here to view the 2021 Best Practices in Assessment of Stress in Daily Life meeting summary

Click on the links below to view slides and video recordings from the following presentations:

The Best Practices in Assessment of Stress in Daily Life working group meeting was arranged by the

National Institute of Aging (NIA) Stress Measurement Network, a network of researchers working to

improve 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. The Network’s goal in organizing this meeting was to bring together researchers

who study stress in daily life to discuss best practices in assessment of stress in daily life and important

next steps. The purpose of this meeting was to encourage dialogue across diverse forms of daily stress

research.

The meeting was composed of a series of six 15-minute talks from investigators in attendance. Each

investigator presented data on their research as it related to assessment of stress in daily life and

discussed what they believe are next steps in the field of daily stress assessment. The talks were

divided into 3 major themes: (1) concepts and methods; (2) analytics; and (3) new technologies and

future directions. There were also two full group discussions during the meeting and final closing

remarks.

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