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Department of Kinesiology, Sport Studies, and Physical Education (KSSPE)

Dr. Elizabeth Lenz

Office:B310 Tuttle North
Phone: (585) 395-5266
E-mail: egrimm@brockport.edu

Education:
Ph.D, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MS, Ball State University
BS, University of Missouri

Area(s) of specialty:
Teacher education, Exercise Physiology

Research interest(s):

Published Abstract Proceedings:

Grimm, E.K., Swartz, A.M., Harley A., & Strath, S.J. (2011). The exploration of sedentary behavior in olders adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43(5), S539.

Grimm, E.K., Strath, S.J, Swartz, A.M., Miller, N.E., Gennuso, K.P., Rote, A.R., Donzila, C.J., & Sweere, K.M. Objective measurement of sedentary and active behavior in older adults. (2009), Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(5):S379.

Strath, S.J., Swartz, A.M, Tarima, M.M., Gennuso, K.P., Miller, N.E., Grimm, E.K., & Cieslik, L.J. (2009). Dose-response walking activity and physical function in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 41(5):S377.

Rote, A.E., Swartz, A.M., Cashin, S.E., Strath, S.J., Miller, N.E., Grimm, E.Z., Dondzila, C.J. & Sweere, K.M. (2009). Psychosocial factors influencing physical activity in older adults. Medcine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(5):S126-127.

Loy, M.S., Swartz, A.M., Strath, S.J., Miller, N.E., Ewalt, L.A., Gennuso, K.P. & Grimm, E.K. (2008). Objectively measured physical activity and Framingham Risk Score in healthy older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5):S222.

Grimm, E.K., Strath, S.J., Swartz, A.M., Miller, N.E., Loy, M.S., Ewalt, L.A. & Gennuso, K.P. (2008). Comparison of the IPAQ-Short Form and accelerometry predications of physical activity in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5):S197.

Ewalt, L.A., Swartz, A.M., Strath, S.J., Miller, N.E., Gennuso, K.P., Grimm, E.K. & Loy, M.S. (2008). "Validity of physical activity monitors in assessing energy expenditure in normal, overweight, and obese adults". Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40:S198.

Published Journal Articles:

Grimm, E.K., Strath, S.J., Swartz, A.M., Hart, T.L. & Miller, N.E. (2012). Comparison of the IPAQ-Short Form and Accelerometer-Determined Physical Activity Level in Older Adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 20(1), 64-79.

Strath, S.J. Swartz, A.M., Parker, S.J., Miller, N.E., Grimm, E.K., & Cashin S.E. (2012). A Randomized pilot trial evaluatin motivationally matched pedometer feedback to increase physical activity behavior in older adults. Jounal of Physical Activity and Health, (In Press).

Swartz, A.M., Miller, N.E., Hart, T.L., Grimm, E.K., Rote, A.E., & Strath, S.J. (2012). Time spent in sedentary behavior predicts body fat in older adults. Journal of Aging and Physcial Activity (In Press).

 

Swartz, A.M., Strath, S.J., Miller, N.E., Grimm, E.K., Ewalt, L.A., Loy, M.S. & Gennuso, K.P. (2009). Validity of physical activity monitors in assessing energy expenditure in normal, overweight, and obese adults. The Open Sports Science Journal 2, 58-64.

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