Samina Raja
Samina Raja
Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University at Buffalo
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Association of access to parks and recreational facilities with the physical activity of young children
JN Roemmich, LH Epstein, S Raja, L Yin, J Robinson, D Winiewicz
Preventive medicine 43 (6), 437-441, 2006
4802006
Beyond food deserts: measuring and mapping racial disparities in neighborhood food environments
S Raja, C Ma, P Yadav
Journal of Planning Education and Research 27 (4), 469-482, 2008
4042008
The neighborhood and home environments: disparate relationships with physical activity and sedentary behaviors in youth
JN Roemmich, LH Epstein, S Raja, L Yin
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 33 (1), 29-38, 2007
1782007
Reducing sedentary behavior: the relationship between park area and the physical activity of youth
LH Epstein, S Raja, SS Gold, RA Paluch, Y Pak, JN Roemmich
Psychological science 17 (8), 654-659, 2006
1632006
Improving Health in the United States: The Role of Health Impact Assessment
NR Council
National Academies Press, 2011
1602011
Purchases of food in youth: influence of price and income
LH Epstein, EA Handley, KK Dearing, DD Cho, JN Roemmich, RA Paluch, ...
Psychological Science 17 (1), 82-89, 2006
1022006
A Planners Guide to Community and Regional Food Planning: Transforming Food Environments, Facilitating Healthy Eating
S Raja, BM Born, JK Russell, ...
American Planning Association, 2008
962008
The built environment moderates effects of family-based childhood obesity treatment over 2 years
LH Epstein, S Raja, TO Daniel, RA Paluch, DE Wilfley, BE Saelens, ...
Annals of behavioral medicine 44 (2), 248-258, 2012
722012
Food environment, built environment, and women’s BMI: evidence from Erie County, New York
S Raja, L Yin, J Roemmich, C Ma, L Epstein, P Yadav, AB Ticoalu
Journal of Planning Education and Research 29 (4), 444-460, 2010
692010
Kashmir
S Raja
Flashpoints in the War on Terrorism, 2006
44*2006
Planning to eat? Innovative local government plans and policies to build healthy food systems in the United States
K Neuner, S Kelly, S Raja
Healthy Kids-Healthy Communities-Buffalo partnership and the Food Systems …, 2011
38*2011
Leveraging neighborhood-scale change for policy and program reform in Buffalo, New York
S Raja, M Ball, J Booth, P Haberstro, K Veith
American journal of preventive medicine 37 (6), S352-S360, 2009
332009
Neighbourhood Parks and Reduction in Stress among Adolescents: Results from Buffalo, New York.
D Feda, A Seelbinder, S Baek, S Raja, L Yin, JN Roemmich
Indoor and Built Environment, 2014
322014
Neighbourhood for playing: using GPS, GIS and accelerometry to delineate areas within which youth are physically active
L Yin, S Raja, X Li, Y Lai, L Epstein, J Roemmich
Urban studies 50 (14), 2922-2939, 2013
302013
Rustbelt Radicalism: A Decade of Food Systems Planning in Buffalo, New York
S Raja, D Picard, C Delgado, S Baek
Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 173–189, 2014
252014
Planning for Equitable Urban and Regional Food Systems [Editorial]
S Raja, K Morgan, E Hall
Built Environment 43 (3), 2017
192017
Cooperative extension and food system change: goals, strategies and resources
JK Clark, M Bean, S Raja, S Loveridge, J Freedgood, K Hodgson
Agriculture and Human Values 34 (2), 301-316, 2017
162017
Agents of change: how immigrant-run ethnic food retailers improve food environments
M Khojasteh, S Raja
Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition 12 (3), 299-327, 2017
152017
Beneficial but constrained: Role of urban agriculture programs in supporting healthy eating among youth
S Raj, S Raja, BA Dukes
Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition 12 (3), 406-428, 2017
122017
Preserving community gardens in a growing community: A Report on the Community Gardens Planning Process in Madison, Wisconsin
S Raja
Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin--Madison, 2000
112000
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