Hedy Red Dexter

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Juried

  • April 2009, Hedy Red Dexter, “Generation M: The Academic, Psychological, and Social Effects of Electronic Media Use,” paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • March 2007, Hedy Red Dexter, “Expressions of Masculine Angst,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Oakland, CA.
  • May 2006, Hedy Red Dexter, “When Science and Religion Collude to Repopularize Traditional   Gender Roles”, accepted for the 5th Annual Hawaii Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, HI.
  • May 2006, Hedy Red Dexter, “More Trouble for Battered Women When Testimony by Social Scientists Influence Juries,” accepted for the 5th Annual Hawaii Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, HI.
  • April 2005, Hedy Red Dexter, “Serving the Profamily Agenda: Science Constructs Gender,” Pacific Sociological Association Meeting, Portland, OR.
  • April 2004, Hedy Red Dexter, “Using Made-for-TV Films to Blame Victims: Sociological Bias Creates Problems for Women in Legal Contexts,” Pacific Sociological Association Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • April 2002, Hedy Red Dexter, “Unmasking the Holy Paradigm: Obedience Training from Bible to Classroom,” Pacific Sociological Association meeting, Vancouver, BC
  • March 2001, Hedy Red Dexter, “Recent School Violence May Be Attributable to Issues With Masculine Identity,” Pacific Sociological Association Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • April 1999, Hedy Red Dexter, "Science and the Media: Mythmaking and Repopularizing Traditional Gender Roles," Popular Culture Association annual meetings, San Diego, CA.
  • April 1998, Hedy Red Dexter, Discussant, Pacific Sociological Association annual meetings, San Francisco, CA
  • April 1998, Hedy Red Dexter, "Media (mis)Representations Informed by Social Science Findings Shape Public Opinion," Western Social Science Association annual meetings, Denver, CO.
  • April 1998, Hedy Red Dexter, "Bible Devotionals Justify Traditional Gender Roles:  It is a Political Agenda," Popular Culture Association annual meetings, Orlando, FL. (co-authored)
  • April 1997, Hedy Red Dexter, "State-Mandated Victim Advocacy Programs: A Quick-Fix to Assuage Public Conscience," Western Social Science Association annual meetings, Albuquerque, NM.
  • March 1997, Hedy Red Dexter, "Women as Perpetrators of Violence: Does TV Neutralize Empathic Responses Toward Victims of Violence?," Popular Culture Association annual meetings, San Antonio, TX.
  • March 1996, Hedy Red Dexter, "Does TV Violence Against Women Desensitize Its Viewers?" (session chair), Popular Culture Association annual meetings, Las Vegas, NV.
  • March 1996, Hedy Red Dexter, "Cosmo in the 90s: Progressive or Reactionary? A Theoretical Note," Popular Culture Association annual meetings, Las Vegas, NV. (co-authored)
  • March 1996, Hedy Red Dexter, "Media Influences on Attitudes Toward Victims of Violence," American Psychology and Law Society bi-annual meetings, Hilton Head, SC. (co-authored)
  • August 1995, Hedy Red Dexter, "Misogynous Beliefs about Women and Sexual Harassment," American Sociological Association annual meetings, Washington, D.C.
  • June 1995, Hedy Red Dexter, "Women and the Law" (moderator), National Women's Studies Association annual meetings, Norman, OK.
  • April 1995, Hedy Red Dexter, "Equal Protection under the Law: A Claim the Law Dishonestly Makes in Cases of Rape," Gender and Communication annual meetings, Albuquerque, NM.
  • June 1994, Hedy Red Dexter, "Attitudes toward Women and the Evaluation of Social-Sexual Conduct," American Psychological Society annual meetings, Washington, D.D. (co-authored)
  • April 1994, Hedy Red Dexter, "The Impact of Limited Use Evidence on Jury Decision Making," Western Social Science Association annual meetings, Albuquerque, NM. (co-authored)
  • March 1994, Hedy Red Dexter, "Attitudes toward Women in Legal Contexts," American Psychology and Law Society bi-annual meetings, Santa Fe.
  • July 1993, Hedy Red Dexter, "The Effects of Media Violence and Victim Similarity on Victim Blaming Behavior: Experimental Artifacts," Women in Psychology Society and British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section Conference, Brighton, England.
  • September 1992, Hedy Red Dexter, "The Prejudicial Effects of Pretrial Publicity and the Remedial Impact of Voir Dire," Third European Conference of Law and Psychology annual meetings, Oxford, England. (co-authored)
  • August 1991, Hedy Red Dexter, "In Search of a Fair Jury: Does Extended Voir Dire Remedy the Effects of Pretrial Publicity?," American Psychological Association annual meetings, San Francisco, CA. (co-authored)
  • March 1990, Hedy Red Dexter, "The Prejudicial Effects of Pretrial Publicity on a Fraternity Tried As Racists," American Psychology and Law Society bi-annual meetings, Williamsburg, VA. (co-authored)
  • August 1989, Hedy Red Dexter, "Exposure to Mass Media Sexual Violence and Judgments about Sexual Abuse Victims," American Psychological Association annual meetings, New Orleans, LA. (co-authored)
  • April 1989, Hedy Red Dexter, "Is Kate a Socialized Victim or Personal Agent: A Social Psychological Interpretation," Comparative Drama Conference XIII annual meetings, Gainsville, FL.
  • August 1988, Hedy Red Dexter, "The Influence of Expert Testimony on Decisions of Experienced and Inexperienced Jurors," American Psychological Association annual meetings, Atlanta, GA. (co-authored)
  • August 1988, Hedy Red Dexter, "Influence of Expert Testimony on Decisions of Experienced Jurors," American Psychological Association annual meetings, Atlanta, GA. (co-authored)
  • May 1988, Hedy Red Dexter, "Use of Expert Psychological Testimony during Jury Deliberation," Midwestern Psychological Association annual meetings, Chicago, IL. (co-authored)
  • May 1988, Hedy Red Dexter, "Will a 'Battle of the Experts' Inform or Confuse the Jury?," Midwestern Psychological Association annual meetings, Chicago, IL. (co-authored)
  • March 1988, Hedy Red Dexter, "The Eyewitness, the Expert Psychologist, the Judge, and the Jury," American Psychology and Law Society bi-annual meetings, Miami Beach, FL. (co-authored)
  • March 1988, Hedy Red Dexter, "Exposure to Media Violence and the Blaming of Assault Victims," American Psychology and Law Society bi-annual meetings, Miami Beach, FL. (co-authored)  
  • August 1987, Hedy Red Dexter, "Expert Testimony on Eyewitness Identification," American Psychological Association annual meetings, New York, NY. (co-authored)
  • May 1987, Hedy Red Dexter, "Juror Decisionmaking in Eyewitness Identification Cases: Evidence from Eligible Jurors," Midwestern Psychological Association annual meetings Chicago, IL. (co-authored)
  • April 1986, Hedy Red Dexter, "Victim's Contribution to an Accident: Responsibility Attributions to Victims and Perpetrators," Eastern Psychological Association annual meetings, New York, NY. (co-authored)
  • August 1985, Hedy Red Dexter, "Women's Performance and Women's Place: A Natural Experiment," American Psychological Association annual meetings, Los Angeles, CA. (co-authored)

 

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