Biological, psychological, behavioral and
sociocultural tools (e.g., psychophysiological assessment, interview
techniques, assessment development, observational coding, focus groups,
web-based informatics tools) relevant to individuals and systems.
Dynamic interactions between populations and contextual variations (age, gender, ethnicity, culture, religion, etc.) on health behavior and health outcomes.
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