"Biopsychosocial Perspectives on Stress Research: Conceptual and Methodological Issues"
January 17, 2014
Robert Stawski, Ph.D.
Human Development and Family Sciences, and Biostatistics
College of Public Health and Human Sciences
Oregon State University
Dr. Stawski’s research focuses on links between stressful experiences, health, well-being and cognition with three main foci: understanding the psychological and biological pathways linking stressful experiences, health, well-being and cognition; how stressful experiences influence health, well-being, and cognition in the contexts of individual development (aging), family relationships, and the work/family interface; and the use of integrated longitudinal and intensive repeated measures (e.g., measurement burst) designs for examining the proximal, cumulative, and prospective effects of stressful experiences on health, well-being and cognition.