It aims to help readers consider the social, psychological, cultural, biological, and other medical/health contexts of behavior. To achieve its goals, JTiBS has embraced a variety of methodologies (e.g., surveys and questionnaires, randomized controlled trials, direct observation, descriptive methods, laboratory and field experiments, economic cost analyses, project and program profiles, ethnography, evaluation and process improvement, and quantitative and qualitative approaches). All publications—but particularly the columns—serve as an international forum and repository for the exchange of ideas between professionals engaged in science, practice, policy, and education in a way that transcends geographical, cultural, disciplinary, and methodological boundaries. The columns include research in technology and behavioral sciences; new developments and resources in technology for behavioral science; telecompetency, evaluation and outcomes; policy, organizational, reimbursement, and legal factors; and technological innovation. They can also help JTiBS grow in submissions (> 100/year), downloads (35,000+ in 2019), and indexing with PubMed/Medline, Scopus, EMBASE, and other services.