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Center for Adolescent Resiliency


Peer-reviewed Publications

Follmer-Reece, H. E., Velez-Gomez, P., Moratto-Vásquez, N. M., & Dodd, S. L. (2021). On the right path: Youth development amidst Colombia's sociocultural transition. Journal of Youth Development, 16(2-3), 175-196. https://doi.org/10.5195/jyd.2021.1034

Dodd, S. L., Follmer-Reece, H. E., Nuñez, C. A., Cude, K. L., & Gonzales, G. (2020). Service learning strategies for promoting student and institutional engagement. In Zimmerman, A. S. (Ed.), Preparing students for community-engaged scholarship in higher education. IGI Global.

Dodd, S. L., Long, J. D., Hou, J., O'Boyle, M., & Kahathuduwa, C.N. (2020). Brain activation and affective judgement in response to personal dietary images: An fMRI preliminary study. Appetite, 148, 1 May 2020, 104561.  doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2019.104561

Kostina-Ritchey, E., Velez-Gomez, P., & Dodd, S. L. (2017). Student assets and commitment to learning in an afterschool leadership development program: Looking beyond the myths. Middle Grades Research Journal, 11(2), 49-61.

Sherman, K., Gonzales, G., Kostina-Ritchey, E., Dodd, S. L. (2017). United Future Leaders Ambassadors: How do we engage young leaders in community service? Journal of Leadership Education, 16(3), 9-23. https://doi.org/10.12806/V16/I3/A2

Johnston, G. D. & Onofre, A. L. (2017). Book review: The other Wes Moore: One name, two fates [by Wes Moore]. National Youth-At-Risk Journal, 2(2), 128-131. https://doi.org/10.20429/nyarj.2017.020209

Saha, S., Dawson, J., Murimi, M., Dodd, S. L., & Oldewage, W. (2020). Effects of a nutrition education intervention to promote fruit and vegetable knowledge, preference, cooking, and consumption self-efficacy among Title I elementary school children. Published online July 31, 2020, Health Education Journal, 79, 963-973. doi.org/10.1177/0017896920944421

Sherman, K., Gonzales, G., Kostina-Ritchey, E., & Dodd, S. (2016). Mentoring the mentors: A systematic approach to formal and informal training of collegiate leaders. In F. Salamone & M. Snipes, (Eds.), Passing the Torch: Mentoring the Next Generation. Cambridge Scholars.

Dodd, S., Follmer-Reece, H. & Kostina-Ritchey, E. (2015). Food Challenge: Cultivating food competence among adolescents. Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 5(4), 71-84. https://doi.org/10.18848/2160-1933/CGP/v05i04/40516

Dodd, S., Follmer-Reece, H., Kostina-Ritchey, E. & Reyna, R. (2015). Food Challenge: Serving up 4-H to non-traditional audiences. Journal of Extension, 53(4), 1-7. http://www.joe.org/joe/2015august/iw5.php

Kostina-Ritchey, E., Follmer-Reece, H., Dodd, S., Sherman, K. & Gonzales, G. (2015). United Future Leaders: A case of the use of technology in youth programming and hidden curriculum. In S. Blair, P. Claster & S. Claster (Eds.), Sociological Studies of Children and Youth: Vol 19. Technology and youth: Growing up in a digital world (pp. 439-461). Emerald.

Long, J. D., Dodd, S., & Boswell, C. (2015). Technology application for dietary control: participants' viewpoints. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24(5-6), 869-871. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.12489

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