Lisa Korenman is an Assistant Professor at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Dr. Korenman received her PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience in 2004 from The American University, in Washington, DC. The focus of her graduate work was individual differences in learning styles and memory for auditorally and visually presented information. While completing her graduate work, Dr. Korenman worked as a research coordinator in the Department of Behavioral Health at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, managing over 45 projects investigating the use of telecommunications technology as a means for delivering healthcare to underserved populations. Specifically, Dr. Korenman was interested in the use of such technology for devising cognitive assessments and the efficacy of therapeutic interventions via computer and Video Telecommunications devices.
Dr. Korenman has worked at USMA since 2007, teaching courses in Introductory Psychology and Applied Research Methods. Since joining the Academy, the emphasis of her work has been on the cognitive components of military instruction and training and how technology can aid in military instruction.
PL462 - Experimental Applications in Psychology
PL150 - Advanced General Psychology for Leaders
PL100 - General Psychology for Leaders
- Ph.D. Behavioral Neuroscience, American University
- M.A. Psychology, American University
- B.A. Psychology/Music Minor
Korenman, L. M., & Peynircioğlu, Z. P. (2007). Individual Differences in Learning and Remembering Music: Auditory versus Visual Presentation. Journal of Research in Music Education, 55(1), 48-64.
Korenman, L. M., & Peynircioglu, Z. P. (2004). The Role of Familiarity in Episodic Memory and Metamemory for Music. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 30(4), 917-922.
Baggett, M. R., Kelly, M. P., Korenman, L. M., & Ryan, L. M. (2003). Neuropsychological
deficits of a U.S. Army pilot following an anoxic event as a function of cardiac arrest. Military Medicine, 168(9), 769-771.
Frattali, C. M., Liow, K., Craig, G. H., Korenman, L. M., Makhlouf, F., Sato, S., Biesecker, L.G., & Theodore, W. H. (2001). Cognitive deficits in children with gelastic seizures and hypothalamic hamartoma. Neurology, 57(1), 43-46.
Foley, M. A., Foley, H. J., & Korenman, L. M. (2002). Adapting a memory framework (source monitoring) to the study of closure processes. Memory & Cognition, 30(3), 412-422.
Current projects include the use of Computer Based Training to Improve Emotional Intelligence and Cognitive Components Associated with Rape Myth.