The overall mission of the Stress, Health and Daily Experiences Lab is to explore ‘Mind-Body’ issues as they relate to physical health and well-being. Notably, we study the dynamic interplay amongst stress, mood, behavior, social factors, and physiology, as well as interventions that might promote enhanced health and/or well-being. Adopting a multi-level systems approach, we often examine how person-level and contextual factors may influence within-person experiences and dynamics. We study these processes and interventions in a wide range of samples and utilize a diverse set of experimental, quasi-experimental, and observational methodologies. Much of our work includes ecological momentary assessments and other ambulatory monitoring, although we conduct more ‘traditional’ laboratory and survey studies as well.