Feldman-Summers, S. (1974). Blunders and interpersonal attraction under conditions of dependency. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 83, 323-326.

Feldman-Summers, S. and Kiesler, S. (1974). Those who are number two try harder: The effect of sex on attributions of causality. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 30, 846-855.

Feldman-Summers, S. and Lindner, K. (1976). Perceptions of victims and defendants in criminal assault cases. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 3, 135-150.

Feldman-Summers, S. (1976). Conceptual and empirical issues associated with rape. In Victims and Society, E. Viano (Ed.) Washington, D.C.: Visage Press.

Feldman-Summers, S. (1976). Review of "Rape: Victims of Crisis" by A. Burgess and L. Holmstrom, Criminology, 14, 419-421.

Summers, D., Ashworth, C. and Feldman-Summers, S. (1977). Judgment processes and interpersonal conflict related to societal problem solutions. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 45, 163-174.

Feldman-Summers, S. (1977). Implications of the buck-passing phenomenon for reactance theory. Journal of Personality, 45, 543-552.

Feldman-Summers, S. (1978). Social Justice. In Issues: Psychology and the Problems of Today, M. Wertheimer and L. Rappoport (Eds.). New York: Scott Foresman & Co.

Ashworth, C. and Feldman-Summers, S. (1978). Perceptions of the effectiveness of the criminal justice system: the female victim's perspective. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 5, 227-240.

Feldman-Summers, S., Gordon, P. and Meagher, J. (1979). The impact of rape on sexual satisfaction. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 88, 101-105.

Mai-Dalton, R., Feldman-Summers, S. and Mitchell, T. (1979). The effect of employee gender and behavioral style on the evaluation of male and female executives. Journal of Applied Psychology, 64, 221-226.

Scott, K. and Feldman-Summers, S. (1979). Children's reactions to textbook stories in which females are portrayed in traditionally male roles. Journal of Educational Psychology, 71, 396-402.

Tsai, M., Feldman-Summers, S. and Edgar, M. (1979). Childhood molestation: Variables related to differential impacts on psychosexual functioning in adult women. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 88, 407-417. Reprinted in L. Constantine and F. Martinson (Eds.). (1981). Children and Sex: New Findings, New Perspectives, Boston: Little, Brown and Co.

Feldman-Summers, S. and Palmer, G. (1980). Rape as viewed by judges, prosecutors, and police officers. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 7, 19-40.

Feldman-Summers, S., Montano, D., Kasprzyk, D. and Wagner, B. (1980). Influence attempts when competing views are gender-related: Sex as credibility. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 5, 311-320.

Feldman-Summers, S. (1981). Review of "Rape and Woman's Identity" by W. B. Sanders, Contemporary Sociology, 10, 794-795.

Feldman-Summers, S. and Ashworth, C. (1981). Factors related to intentions to report a rape. Journal of Social Issues, 37, 53-70.

Norris, J. and Feldman-Summers, S. (1981). Factors related to the psychological impacts of rape on the victim. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 90, 562-567.

Feldman-Summers, S. and Norris, J. (1984). Differences between rape victims who report and those who do not report to a public agency. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 14, 564-575.

Feldman-Summers, S. and Jones, G. (1984). Psychological impacts of sexual contact between therapists or other health care practitioners and their clients. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 52, 1054-1061.

Feldman-Summers, S. (1986). A comment on the Meese Commission Report and the dangers of censorship. Sexual Coercion and Assault, 1, 179-184.

Feldman-Summers, S. (1989). Sexual contact in fiduciary relationships. In Sexual Exploitation in Professional Relationships, Glen O. Gabbard (Ed.), Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press.

Feldman-Summers, S. (1990). Review of "The Family Interpreted: Feminist Theory in Clinical Practice" by Deborah Anna Luepnitz, Women and Psychotherapy, 9, 116- 119.

Pope, K. and Feldman-Summers, S. (1992). A national survey of psychologists' abuse history and their evaluation of training and competence in the area of abuse. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 23, 353-361.

Feldman-Summers, S. and Pope, K. (1994). The experience of "forgetting" childhood abuse: A national survey of psychologists. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62, 635-638.

Feldman-Summers, S. (1996). Litigation pitfalls for the psychotherapist whose client "first remembers" childhood sexual abuse during therapy. Women and Therapy, 19, 109-122.

Feldman-Summers, S. (2000). Analyzing anti-harassment policies and complaint procedures: Do they encourage victims to come forward? The Labor Lawyer, 16(2), 307-317.

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