• Moula A, Timpka, T. Puddephatt A.  Adult-adolescent interaction and adolescents brain development: Integrating pragmatism/interactionism and neuroscience to develop a platform for research on adolescents life regulation 2009, Sociology Compass (2009), 3(1) pp. 118-136.
  • Moula, A, Mohseni, S, Starrin B, Scherp, H.  Puddephatt, A The intelligent method of learning 2010. Published in: Reclaiming children and youth, 19(3), pp 26-31.
  • Moula, A. (2011) “An invitation to empowerment-oriented neurosociology: A contribution to individual/society and theory/practice challenges” in B. M. Pirani, Learning from Memory: Body, Memory and Technology in a Globalizing pp. 234-266, Newcastle: Cambridge Academic publishing.
  • Moula A. (red.)(2009) Empowermentorienterat social arbete, Lund: Studentlitteratur.
  • Moula A. Ensam eller medförfattare till 11 kapitel av ovan nämnd bok.
  • Moula, A. Puddephatt, T. Mohseni, S. (Accepted book chapter, Coming soon, 2014) “A Neuropragmatist Framework for Childhood Education: Integrating Pragmatism and Neuroscience to Actualize Article 29 of the UN Child Convention” in John Shook & Tibor Solymasi (eds.) Neurophilosophy and Pragmatism: Understanding Brains at Work in the World. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Addelyan-Rasi, H. Moula, A. Puddephatt, A. Timpka, T. (2012) ”Empowering single mothers in Iran: Applying a problem-solving model in learning groups to develop participants’ capacity to improve their lives” British Journal of Social Work,  March 2012, 1-20 (first author was my PhD student, defended successfully in February 2013).
  • Addelyan-Rasi, H. Moula, A. Puddephatt, A. Timpka, T. (2012) How Educational Programs Can Empower Newly Married Women in Iran to Gain Influence in Their Family, Qualitative social work, First published online September 18th, (first author was my PhD student).
  • Addelyan-Rasi, H. Timpka, T. Lindqvist, K. Moula, A. (2012) Can a Psychosocial Intervention Program Teaching Coping Strategies Improve the Quality of Life of Iranian Women? A Nonrandomized Quasi-experimental Study. BMJ OPEN, February 2013. (first author was my PhD student).