Gordon, A. (2015). Kicking an Abuser Out of Your Life, and Out of Your Head. Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Action. http://bit.ly/1CGHwUU
Gordon, A. and Szymanski, K. (2014). Breaking the Silence: Reevaluating What Makes an Experience a Trauma. In Expressions of the Unspeakable: Narratives of Trauma, eds. Magda Stroinksa, Vikki Cecchetto and Kate Szymanski. New York: Berghahn Books.
Gordon, A., and Szymanski, K. (2013). Then and Now: Different Definitions for a Traumatizing Event and Post-Traumatic Stress. Poster presented at American Psychological Association Annual Convention.
Gordon, A. and Feit, A.(2012). Abuse in the Orthodox Jewish World. Paper presented at Male Survivor Annual Conference.
Szymanski, K., Gordon, A., and Clark, A. (2012). TAT Narratives as an Implicit Assessment of Trauma. Poster presented at American Psychological Association Annual Convention.
Gordon, A. and Szymanski, K. (2012). A Fresh Perspective on Trauma: Survivors Define Their Experience. Paper presented at the Society for Personality Assessment Annual Meeting.
Gordon, A. (2009). Unspeakable Things Spoken: How Trauma Narratives Maintain the Silence of the Victim. Paper presented at the American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting.
Gordon, A. (2008). A Rupture at Its Core: Constructing a Cohesive Definition of Trauma. Paper presented at Trauma and Violence Transdisciplinary Studies Colloquium Conference.