Ahna Ballonoff Suleiman
Ahna Ballonoff Suleiman
UC Davis Center for Regional Change
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Importance of investing in adolescence from a developmental science perspective
RE Dahl, NB Allen, L Wilbrecht, AB Suleiman
Nature 554 (7693), 441-450, 2018
Youth action for health through youth-led research
AB Suleiman, S Soleimanpour, J London
Journal of Community Practice 14 (1-2), 125-145, 2006
Food choice in transition: adolescent autonomy, agency, and the food environment
LM Neufeld, EB Andrade, AB Suleiman, M Barker, T Beal, LS Blum, ...
The lancet 399 (10320), 185-197, 2022
Becoming a sexual being: The ‘elephant in the room’of adolescent brain development
AB Suleiman, A Galván, KP Harden, RE Dahl
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 25, 209-220, 2017
Coping with the COVID-19 crisis: A call for youth engagement and the inclusion of young people in matters that affect their lives
C Efuribe, M Barre-Hemingway, E Vaghefi, AB Suleiman
Journal of Adolescent Health 67 (1), 16-17, 2020
Research in the integration of behavioral health for adolescents and young adults in primary care settings: a systematic review
LP Richardson, CA McCarty, A Radovic, AB Suleiman
Journal of Adolescent Health 60 (3), 261-269, 2017
Multiple dimensions of peer influence in adolescent romantic and sexual relationships: A descriptive, qualitative perspective
AB Suleiman, J Deardorff
Archives of Sexual Behavior 44, 765-775, 2015
Leveraging neuroscience to inform adolescent health: The need for an innovative transdisciplinary developmental science of adolescence
AB Suleiman, RE Dahl
Journal of Adolescent Health 60 (3), 240-248, 2017
Social status strategy in early adolescent girls: Testosterone and value-based decision making
SL Cardoos, AB Suleiman, M Johnson, W van den Bos, SP Hinshaw, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 81, 14-21, 2017
Applying a developmental lens to youth-led participatory action research: A critical examination and integration of existing evidence
A Ballonoff Suleiman, PJ Ballard, LT Hoyt, EJ Ozer
Youth & society 53 (1), 26-53, 2021
Adolescent school-based sex education: Using developmental neuroscience to guide new directions for policy and practice
A Ballonoff Suleiman, CD Brindis
Sexuality research and social policy 11, 137-152, 2014
School‐based sex education and neuroscience: What we know about sex, romance, marriage, and adolescent brain development
A Ballonoff Suleiman, M Johnson, EA Shirtcliff, A Galván
Journal of School Health 85 (8), 567-574, 2015
Context, development, and digital media: implications for very young adolescents in LMICs
L Magis-Weinberg, A Ballonoff Suleiman, RE Dahl
Frontiers in psychology, 1183, 2021
The importance of sexual and romantic development in understanding the developmental neuroscience of adolescence
AB Suleiman, KP Harden
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 17, 145, 2016
“Emotional distancing”: Change and strain in US young adult college students’ relationships during COVID-19
MP Dotson, EM Castro, NT Magid, LT Hoyt, AB Suleiman, AK Cohen
Emerging Adulthood 10 (2), 546-557, 2022
Dissociable effects of age and testosterone on adolescent impatience
C Laube, AB Suleiman, M Johnson, RE Dahl, W van den Bos
Psychoneuroendocrinology 80, 162-169, 2017
Readability of educational materials to support parent sexual communication with their children and adolescents
A Ballonoff Suleiman, JS Lin, NA Constantine
Journal of health communication 21 (5), 534-543, 2016
Enhancing human-centered design with youth-led participatory action research approaches for adolescent sexual and reproductive health programming
I Fakoya, C Cole, C Larkin, M Punton, E Brown, A Ballonoff Suleiman
Health promotion practice 23 (1), 25-31, 2022
Parent–child relationships in the puberty years: Insights from developmental neuroscience
AB Suleiman, R Dahl
Family relations 68 (3), 279-287, 2019
Adolescent brain development: Windows of opportunity
R Dahl, A Suleiman
The adolescent brain: A second window of opportunity. A compendium, 21-28, 2017
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