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Office: B211 Tuttle North
Phone: (585) 395-5427
- PhD, Pennsylvania State University
- MS, Pennsylvania State University
- BS, Pennsylvania State University
Area(s) of Specialty
- Motor Behavior
- Motor Learning
- Motor Development
- Balance and Postural control in special populations such as older adults and children with visual impairment
- Motor Development assessments
- 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., Reid, G. & Collier, D. (2011). Motor Learning and Motor Development. 1st Ed. Champaign Illinois: Human Kinetics.
Recently Published Webinars
- Haibach, P.S. (2015). Moving to Learn: Adapted Physical Education for Students with Visual Impairments. Part 2: Object Control Skills and Motor Development. American Foundation for the Blind (AFB).
- Haibach, P.S. (2015). Moving to Learn: Adapted Physical Education for Students with Visual Impairments. Part 3: Locomotor Skills and Motor Development. American Foundation for the Blind (AFB).
- Columna, L., Haibach, P.S., Lieberman, L., Fernandez, M. & Cordero, I. Motor Development and Physical Activities for Families of Children with Visual Impairments and Blindness. The Journal of Blindness Innovation and Research (In Press).
- Samalot-Rivera, A., Lieberman, L.L., & Haibach, P.S. (2015). Teaching Two Critical Locomotor Skills to Children who are Blind. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness: Practice Report, 109, 148-153.
- Freitas Cieslak, F., Lieberman, L., Haibach, P., & Houston-Wilson, C. (2015). Instructional Preferences in Aquatics for children with Visual Impairments and Their Instructors. Revista da Sobama, Marília, 16, (1), 9-14.
- Haibach, P., Wagner, M., & Lieberman, L. (2014). Determinants of gross motor skill performance in children with visual impairments. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 35, 2577-2584.
- Lieberman, L., Haibach, P., & Wagner, M. (2014). Let`s play together: Sports Equipment for children with and without visual impairments. Paelestra, 28 (2), 13-15.
Pamela joined the SUNY-Brockport faculty in 2005. She is the Coordinator for the Kinesiology major and International studies for the KSSPE department. She is also on the American Kinesiology Association (AKA) Board. Pamela founded and co-directs the Institute for Movement Studies in Individuals with Visual Impairments. Her hobbies include running, outdoor activities and traveling.