Department of Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education (KSSPE)
Dr. Pamela Haibach
B310 Tuttle North
Phone: (585) 395-5427
PhD, Pennsylvania State University
MS, Pennsylvania State University
BS, Pennsylvania State University
Area(s) of specialty:
Motor behavior/learning, gerontology.
Postural control in special populations such as older adults and children with visual impairment.
Haibach, P.S., Reid, G. & Collier, D. (2011). Motor Learning and Motor Development. Champaign Illinois: Human Kinetics.
Lieberman, L. J. & Haibach, P. S. (in press). Gross Motor Development Curriculum: For Children With Visual Impairment. Louisville, KY: American Printing House for the Blind.
Haibach, P.S. Strategies to improve balance in children with CHARGE Syndrom. (2011). Compendium on CHARGE Syndrome (Ed) Ursula Horsch & Andrea Scheele. Median Verlag Pub. Heidelberg, Germany.
Lieberman, L., Haibach, P.S., & Schedlin, H. (2012). Physical education and children with
Charge Syndrome: research to practice. (Italian Edition) Disabilità Gravi
Lieberman, L., Haibach, P.S., & Schedlin, H. (2012). Physical Education and Children with CHARGE Syndrome: Research to Practice. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness. 106(2): 106-119.
Haibach, P.S., & Lieberman, L., Pritchett, J. (2011). Balance in Adolescents with and without Visual Impairments. INSIGHT: Research and Practice in Visual Impairment and Blindness.4(3):112-123.
Battisti, J. & Haibach, P.S. (2011). Progression Through Movement: Teaching Dance to Elementary Students. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Teaching Tips. 82(8): 14-16.
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Pamela joined the SUNY-Brockport faculty in 2005. She has recently been funded by the National Institute of Aging for research and scholarship in gerontology. Her hobbies include running, boating, and traveling.