Dr. Coren received her PhD in Cognitive Psychology from the University of Texas, Austin in 2007, and received her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law in 2010. Dr. Coren was a Fulbright Fellow (2017-2018) to Hungary, where she engaged in teaching and research at the University of Pécs in Institute of Psychology. She is also a member of the Washington D.C. Bar Association and has provided pro bono legal services for indigent clients in the D.C. metro area. She is interested in the intersection of psychology and law - in particular applications related to judgement and decision making and forensic psychology. She is interested in looking at the neurocognitive aspects that underlie our decision making processes and is currently involved in several research projects examining identity, punishment and judgment in sexual assault, and bullying/victimization. Dr. Coren will teach various undergraduate courses including Forensic Psychology (PSY 4930), Cognitive Psychology (EXP 3604), General Psychology (PSY 2012), Research Methods (PSY 3213).