Jennifer Eno Louden

Vowell Hall
El Paso Texas, 79968
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Jennifer Eno Louden
Associate Professor, Psychology

Dr. Eno Louden's research interests lie in the area of legal psychology. Specifically, she studies issues related to criminal justice and mental health. Much of this work has focused on the experiences of offenders with mental disorder (OMDs) and how the criminal justice system supervises these offenders. Some of her research in this area has examined contextual influences on criminal justice outcomes for OMDs (such as social support and neighborhood characteristics), community corrections agencies' policies and practices for supervising OMDs, and probation officer decision-making. Her research also examines the stigmatization of these offenders and how this stigmatization affects offenders' outcomes in the criminal justice system. Her most recent research examines the unique needs of Latino offenders.


  1. Mental health stigma
  2. Community corrections
  3. Trauma
  4. Mental illness
  5. Criminal justice

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