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Susan Elizabeth Linn, Ed.D.

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  1. Linn S. The commercialization of childhood and children's well-being: What is the role of health care providers? Paediatr Child Health. 2010 Apr; 15(4):195-7. PMID: 21455462.
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  2. Linn, Susan. Food Marketing to Children in the Context of a Marketing Maelstrom. Journal of Public Health Policy. 2004; 25(3/4):24-35.
  3. Linn, Susan. Consuming Kids: The hostile takeover of childhood. 2004.
  4. Levin, DE, Linn S. The Commercialization of childhood: Understanding the program and finding solutions. Psychology and Consumer Culture. 2004; 213-232.
  5. Linn SE. Food marketing to children in the context of a marketing maelstrom. J Public Health Policy. 2004; 25(3-4):367-78. PMID: 15683072.
    Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  6. Levin, Diane and Linn, Susan. The Commercialization of Childhood: Understanding the problem and finding solutions. Kasser, T., and Kanner, A. (editors), Psychology and Consumer Culture. 2004.
  7. Linn, S., Levin, DE. Shielding children. Christian Science Monitor. 2002; 11.
  8. Linn, S., Levin, DE. Stop marketing ‘yummy food’ to children. Christian Science Monitor. 2002; 9.
  9. Susan Linn. A work on loneliness and human contact fails to connect Review of The Connection Gap, by Laura Pappano. Boston Globe. 2001; U3.
  10. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Talking about terrorism. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 2001; September.
  11. Linn S, Poussaint AF. The truth about Teletubbies. Zero to Three. 2001; October/November:24-29.
  12. Shields, MK, Linn S, Doheny-Farina, S. Connected Kids. The American Prospect Online (www.prospect.org). 2000.
  13. Linn, S. Sellouts. American Prospect. 2000; 17-20.
  14. Linn, S. J.K. Rowling and the Golden Calf. Boston Sunday Globe. 2000; F3.
  15. Linn S. How about ‘The Sopranos’ sell ... soda?. Boston Sunday Globe. 2000; E5.
  16. Linn S. Electronic marketing:‘Here, kiddie, kiddie!’. Boston Sunday Globe. 2000; C5.
  17. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: When friends have to say goodbye. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 2000; June.
  18. Linn S. Harry, we hardly knew ye (Harry Potter). CommonWealth. 2000; Spring:92-94.
  19. Linn S. Talking about Easter and Passover with Kids: For Christian families. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 2000; April.
  20. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking About Sex: For ages 8 to 10. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 2000; February.
  21. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Helping your kids make new friends. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 2000; June.
  22. Linn S. Talking about Easter and Passover with Kids: For Jewish families. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 2000; April.
  23. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking About Sex: For ages 4 to 7. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 2000; February.
  24. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Watching television: What are children learning about race and ethnicity?. Child Care Information Exchange. 1999; 50-52.
  25. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Spare the babies from ‘Teletubbies’ and toy tie-in marketing. Los Angeles Times. 1999; B5.
  26. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking about threats and safety. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; October.
  27. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Toy guns are not all fun and games. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; May.
  28. Linn S, Poussaint AF. What television teaches kids. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; September.
  29. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Teen Rap: The dangers of marijuana. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; June.
  30. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Martin Luther King, Jr. and nonviolent families. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; January.
  31. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Does Fight Club pack too much punch?. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; November.
  32. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Unnatural disasters: the shooting in Texas. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; September.
  33. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Democracy begins at home. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; January.
  34. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Valentine’s Day values. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; February.
  35. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking about the Colorado school shootings. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; April.
  36. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking about stereotypes. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; April.
  37. Linn S, Poussaint AF. When a teacher’s life is made public. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; September.
  38. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking About Limits. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; May.
  39. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking about sportsmanship. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; March.
  40. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Teen Rap: Smoking. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; March.
  41. Linn S, Poussaint AF. President’s Day & impeachment: Can the President still be a hero?. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; February.
  42. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Family Dinner Rap: Talking about the Kosovo conflict. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; March.
  43. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking about teasing. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; March.
  44. Beardslee WR, Linn S. Parental stress: helping our children cope. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; January.
  45. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking about Internet safety. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; May.
  46. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Ten ways to battle boredom. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; July.
  47. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Is Tarzan kid-friendly?. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; July.
  48. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Christmas gifts that money can’t buy. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; December.
  49. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: How to find out if your child is afraid. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; October.
  50. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Will your Hanukkah survive the Christmas frenzy?. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; December.
  51. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Talking about homesickness. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; June.
  52. Linn S, Poussaint AF. The trouble with Teletubbies. American Prospect. 1999; May/June(44):18-25.
  53. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Drugs, Politics and Mixed Messages. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; August.
  54. Linn S, Poussaint AF. The senior prom and drinking. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; April.
  55. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Family Dinner Rap: How to Avoid an overbooked school year. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; August.
  56. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Hooray for soccer. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; July.
  57. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Photo ID's for R-rated movies: A first step. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; June.
  58. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Discussion on school violence. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; April.
  59. Linn S. Family Dinner Rap: Peace in Kosovo. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1999; June.
  60. Linn S. A mother’s sinking feelings. Washington Post. 1998; C3.
  61. Linn S. A loss that two must share. Boston Sunday Globe. 1998; C2.
  62. Linn S. Arkansas after shocks are felt all over. Los Angeles Times. 1998; B9.
  63. Linn S. Not again! But I did my homework already. Boston Sunday Globe. 1998; E2.
  64. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Talking with children about the bombing [of Iraq]. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1998; December.
  65. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Say "No" to Teletubbies. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1998; June.
  66. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Puzzles and games for preschoolers. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1998; September.
  67. Linn S, Poussaint AF. "So why do we spank" and "Spanking strikes out". Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1998; May.
  68. Linn S. K-tastrophe. American Prospect. 1998; March/April(37):11.
  69. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Kids' Questions about impeachment: Pointers for parents. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1998; December.
  70. Linn, Susan; CBS kids, Ad Cuncil and Leadership Conference Education Fund (LCEF) . PSA program exploring issues of diversity with children. 1998.
  71. Poussaint AF, Linn S, Franke C. Christmas ads for kids: Stop, look, listen. Boston Sunday Globe. 1997; F2.
  72. Linn S. The cruelest Cut. Boston Sunday Globe. 1997; D4.
  73. Linn S., Poussaint A.F. Help kids cope with the nightly news. Los Angeles Times. 1997; B9.
  74. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Raising our children free of prejudice. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1997; October.
  75. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Surviving television advertising. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1997; November.
  76. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Children and X-rated news. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1997; June.
  77. Linn S, Poussaint AF. Finding the right babysitter. Family Education Network, www.familyeducation.com. 1997; December.
  78. Linn, Susan (Co-author). All Together Now, Leadership Conference Education Fund. 1997.
  79. Linn S, Poussaint A.F. Fragile: handle with care. Newsweek Special Issue. 1997; Spring/Summer:33.
  80. Maldonado E, Shiekhattar R, Sheldon M, Cho H, Drapkin R, Rickert P, Lees E, Anderson CW, Linn S, Reinberg D. A human RNA polymerase II complex associated with SRB and DNA-repair proteins. Nature. 1996 May 02; 381(6577):86-9. PMID: 8609996.
    Citations: 122     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
  81. Susan Linn. With an Open Hand: Puppetry on Mister Roger's Neighborhood. Cllins M, Kimmel MM, eds. Mister Roger's Neighborhood: Children, Television, And Fred Rogers. 1996.
  82. Linn, S., Beardslee, W.R. When Collaboration is Essential: Creating. Different and the Same: Helping Children Identify and Prevent Prejudice, Puppetry Journal. 1995; 30(1).
  83. Luo Y, Henle ES, Chatopadhyaya R, Jin R, Linn S. Detecting DNA damage caused by iron and hydrogen peroxide. Methods Enzymol. 1994; 234:51-9. PMID: 7808326.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Cells
  84. Susan Linn K. Arrington. Talking to Our Children About Racism, Prejudice and Diversity. 1994.
  85. Linn S, Schoenbaum SC, Lieberman E. ABO and rhesus blood groups and adverse outcomes of pregnancy. Hum Hered. 1993 Nov-Dec; 43(6):366-70. PMID: 8288267.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  86. Linn, Susan (Creator, writer, producer, performer) . Different and the Same: Helping Children Identify and Prevent Prejudice, Family Communications, Inc. 1993.
  87. Linn, Susan (Executive Producer, writer, featured performer). Something Broken: Something Fixed. 1992.
  88. Susan Linn (producer, writer, featured performer). Learning to Rethink Anger. 1990.
  89. Susan Linn (executive producer, writer, featured performer). My Mom Still Loves Me. 1990.
  90. Linn, Susan. Doctoral Dissertation on puppet play as a projective tool with children. Interactive Puppet Play: A Projective Device, thesis presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Education of Harvard University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Education. 1990.
  91. Linn, Susan. I'm Still Me, Family Communications, Inc. 1988.
  92. Linn S, Lieberman E, Schoenbaum SC, Monson RR, Stubblefield PG, Ryan KJ. Adverse outcomes of pregnancy in women exposed to diethylstilbestrol in utero. J Reprod Med. 1988 Jan; 33(1):3-7. PMID: 3351803.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  93. Susan Linn (executive producer, writer, featured peformer). I'm Still Me. 1988.
  94. Linn S, Beardslee W, Patenaude AF. Puppet therapy with pediatric bone marrow transplant patients. J Pediatr Psychol. 1986 Mar; 11(1):37-46. PMID: 3514834.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  95. Linn, S., Beardslee, W.R., and Patenaude, A. . Puppet Therapy with Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Patients. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 1986; 11(1).
  96. Alger I, Linn S, Beardslee W. Puppetry as a therapeutic tool for hospitalized children. Hosp Community Psychiatry. 1985 Feb; 36(2):129-30. PMID: 3972340.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  97. Linn, Susan (Writer and featured performer). Educational video for siblings of metally ill children at McLean Hospital. 1985.
  98. Alger, I., Linn, S., and Beardslee, W.R. Puppetry as a Therapeutic Tool for Hospitalized Children. Hospital and Community Psychiatry. 1985; 36(2).
  99. Needleman HL, Rabinowitz M, Leviton A, Linn S, Schoenbaum S. The relationship between prenatal exposure to lead and congenital anomalies. JAMA. 1984 Jun 08; 251(22):2956-9. PMID: 6716624.
    Citations: 19     Fields:    Translation:HumansPHPublic Health
  100. Susan Linn (writer, featured performer). A Different Kind of Illness. 1980.
  101. Susan Linn (writer, featured performer). Sometimes It's Okay to Tattle. 1980.
  102. Susan Linn (writer, featured performer). Some Secrets Should Be Told. 1980.
  103. Susan Linn (writer, featured performer). The Children's Medical Series. 1980.
  104. Susan Linn (writer, featured performer). Death of a Friend: Helping Children Cope with Death and Loss. 1980.
  105. Susan Linn (writer, featured performer). What About Me. 1980.
  106. Susan Linn (writer, featured performer). Some Scars Don't Show. 1980.
  107. Linn, Susan. Puppet Scripts about various disabilities for exhibit at Boston Children's Museum. 1978.
  108. Linn, Susan. Puppet Therapy in Hospitals: Helping Children Cope. Journal of the American Medical Women's Association. 1978; 22(2).
  109. Linn, Susan (Writer and featured performer) . Slide tape on learning disabilites for exhibit and Boston Children's Museum . 1978.
  110. Linn, Susan. Puppets and Hospitalized Children: Talking About Feelings. Journal for the Association of the Care of Children in Hospitals . 1977; 5(4).
  111. Linn, Susan (wrote and performed). 1974.
  112. Lehman IR, Linn S, Richardson CC. Nucleases as reagents in the study of nucleic acid structure. Fed Proc. 1965 Nov-Dec; 24(6):1466-72. PMID: 5322408.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:AnimalsCells
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