Allison Temourian, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Cardiovascular Research Inst
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address555 Mission Bay Blvd South, #366
San Francisco CA 94158
Phone415-514-8627
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0003-3994-6648 Additional info
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    Los Angeles Pierce Community College, Woodland Hills, CAAA06/2015Psychology
    California State University, Northridge, Northridge, CABA05/2017Psychology (with honors)
    California State University, Northridge, Northridge, CAMA05/2019General Experimental Psychology (with distinction)
    University of California, Merced, Merced, CAPhD05/2024Health Psychology
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    University of California, Merced2023  - 2024Outstanding Health Psychology Graduate Student
    University of California, Merced2023Dr. Vikram & Priya Lakireddy Fellowship
    California State University, Northridge2019Tabachnick & Fidell Multivariate Statistics Award

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    Allison A. Temourian, PhD, received her doctorate in Psychological Sciences (Health Psychology) from the University of California, Merced under the mentorship of Drs. Anna V. Song and Anna E. Epperson. Prior to joining the CTCRE, Allison worked extensively with the Nicotine and Cannabis Policy Center to examine 1) cognitions as they relate to addictive behavior and 2) antecedents to health risk behaviors with an emphasis in dual use of tobacco products and co-use of cannabis and tobacco products. Dr. Temourian hopes to continue her work examining perceptions of nicotine addiction and their overlap with the clinical dimensions of tobacco use disorder.
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    1. Marijuana and E-cigarette Initiation Among Adolescents: A Survival Analysis. J Adolesc Health. 2024 Apr; 74(4):747-754. Temourian AA, Halliday DM, Yan Y, Chan-Golston AM, Song AV. PMID: 38085208.
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    2. Encyclopedia of Child and Adolescent Health. Adolescents' alcohol use. 2023; 2:428-447. Plunkett, S. W., Bakhtiari, F., Sigal, M., & Temourian, A. A.
    3. Why do smokers use e-cigarettes? A study on reasons among dual users. Prev Med Rep. 2022 Oct; 29:101924. Temourian AA, Song AV, Halliday DM, Gonzalez M, Epperson AE. PMID: 35911573; PMCID: PMC9334340.
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    4. The Role of Risk Perceptions and Affective Consequences in COVID-19 Protective Behaviors. Int J Behav Med. 2021 Dec; 28(6):801-807. Alegria KE, Fleszar-Pavlovic SE, Ngo DD, Beam A, Halliday DM, Hinojosa BM, Hua J, Johnson AE, McAnally K, McKinley LE, Temourian AA, Song AV. PMID: 33834368; PMCID: PMC8032317.
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