Jacqueline A. Chorn, Ph.D.
Jacqueline Chorn is a senior manager in the Litigation Support practice area of Applied Marketing Science (AMS).
Jacqueline conducts research to support expert testimony in a variety of cases including trademark and trade dress infringement, false and deceptive advertising, and class action matters. She also conducts research to substantiate advertising claims related to product preference and taste tests.
Prior to joining AMS, Jacqueline was an academic researcher in the field of psychology and law. During her doctoral studies, she conducted research on the legal assumptions in Daubert surrounding the effectiveness of safeguards to protect against the admission of unreliable expert testimony, the factors that contribute to eyewitness identification, and the examined the efficacy of vior dire. She has received funding from the National Science Foundation for her research and the findings have been published and shared in peer reviewed psychological journals and conferences across the United States.
In addition to conducting research, Jackie was an assistant professor of psychology at the University of the Pacific and worked as a psychology instructor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice; City University of New York where she taught undergraduate courses in research methods and statistics, social psychology, psychology in the law, and cognitive psychology.
Originally from Kansas, Jackie is a fan of watching college basketball and roots for the Kansas Jayhawks. In her free time, she enjoys playing board games, hiking, and camping with her family.
Jacqueline holds a B.A. in psychology from the University of Kansas, and a M.A. and Ph.D. in psychology from the Graduate Center at the City University of New York.