Coker, K. L., Wernsman, J., Ikpe, U. N., Brooks, J. S., Bushell, L., & Kahn, B. (in press). Using the Massachusetts Youth Screening Instrument-Version 2 (MAYSI-2) on a Community Sample of African American and Latino/a Juvenile Offenders to Identify Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment Needs. Criminal Justice & Behavior.
Coker, K. L. & Rosenheck, R. (in press). Race and Incarceration in an Aging Cohort of Vietnam Veterans in Treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Psychiatric Quarterly.
Rubio, J. S., Krieger, M. A., Finney, E. J., & Coker, K. L. (in press). A Review of the Relationship between Sociocultural Factors and Juvenile Psychopathy. Aggression & Violent Behavior.
Coker, K. L. & Baranoski, M. V. (2013). Difficulties in Determining Competency and Appropriate Sentences for Defendants with Intellectual Impairments. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law, 41(1): 129-132.
Coker, K. L. & Brooks, J. (2012). Effectiveness of Community Corrections. In Encyclopedia of Community Corrections. (pp.129-135). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
Coker, K. L. (2011). The Application of the Fourth Amendment in the School Context May Create a Safe Learning Environment for Some but Creates the School-to-Prison Pipeline for Others: The Challenges of Inner City School Violence, Loyola University Chicago ChildLaw and Education Institute Forum, Volume 2011.
Ikpe, U. & Coker, K. L. (2010). Encouraging the Use of Community Involvement and Restorative Practices as Treatment for Trauma with Black Juvenile Offenders, Loyola Public Interest Law Report, 15(3), 220-233.
Member of American Psychological Association (APA)
Member of APA Division 41 (AP-LS)
Member of American Bar Association Phi Alpha Delta (PAD), Legal Fraternity, Webster Chapter
Inroads, Inc., Alumnus, Minneapolis Chapter, MN
Past Advisory Council Member, Juvenile Defense Resource Institute, Northwestern University Law School, Chicago, IL