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Increasing scientific knowledge of the interrelationships among biological, behavioral, emotional, cognitive, and social factors in health conditions or physical diseases are noticeable. Yet, it is challengeable to develop evidence-based assessment/interventions for these bio-psycho-social factors in order to reduce problematic symptoms and to increase wellbeing. This symposium initially presents this scientific knowledge of interrelational factors and biomarkers of health/clinical conditions using a systematic research method. Subsequently, the symposium proposes innovative and responsive health/clinical assessment/interventions using a variety of models such as an ecological model of assessment for emotion regulation, an integrative model of transtheoretical interventions, and another integrative model of Systematic Treatment Selection interventions for adults with mental health conditions. These results clearly demonstrate particular promising assessment/interventions among Japan, Taiwan, and North America.
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