Hedy Red Dexter
- Dexter, Hedy Red. 1995. "Does the Unequal Application of Legal Defenses Reflect Sexism in the Law?," in Ray Bull and David Carson (editors), Handbook of Psychology in Legal Contexts, London: Wiley.
- Dexter, Hedy Red. 1999. "Bible Devotionals Justify Traditional Gender Roles: A Political Agenda That Affects Public Policy," Social Justice, 26:99-114.
- Dexter, Hedy Red, Steven Penrod, Daniel Linz, and Daniel Saunders. 1998. "Attributing Responsibility to Female Victims after Exposure to Sexually Violent Films: The Effects of Victim-Observer Similarity, Situational Relevance and Mass Media Induced Emotional Arousal," Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
- Otto, Amy, Steven Penrod, and Hedy Red Dexter. 1994. "The Biasing Impact of Pretrial Publicity on Juror Judgments," Law and Human Behavior, 18:453-463.
- Dexter, Hedy Red, Brian Cutler, and Gary Moran. 1992. "A Test of Voir Dire as Remedy for the Prejudicial Effects of Pretrial Publicity," Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 22:819-832.
- Cutler, Brian, Hedy Red Dexter, and Steven Penrod. 1990. "Nonadversarial Methods for Improving Juror Sensitivity to Eyewitness Evidence," Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20:1197-1207.
- Cutler, Brian, Steven Penrod, and Hedy Red Dexter. 1990. "Juror Sensitivity to Eyewitness Identification Evidence," Law and Human Behavior, 14:185-191.
- Cutler, Brian, Hedy Red Dexter, and Steven Penrod. 1989. "Expert Testimony and Jury Decision Making: An Empirical Analysis," Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 7:215-225.
- Cutler, Brian, Steven Penrod, and Hedy Red Dexter. 1989. "The Eyewitness, the Expert Psychologist, and the Jury," Law and Human Behavior, 13:311-332.
- Shaver, Kelly and Hedy Red Dexter. 1985. "Personality and Social psychology at NIMH: A Brief Guide for Investigators. Contemporary Social Psychology, 11:53-57.
Dexter, Hedy Red. 1996. "Mothers Who Fail to Protect Their Children from Sexual Abuse: Addressing the Problem of Denial," Expert Evidence, 1:31.
ARTICLES UNDER REVIEW:
Dexter, Hedy Red. 2006. “Using Made-for-TV Films to Blame Victims: Sociological Bias Creates Problems for Women in Legal Contexts,” Journal of Popular Culture.