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Shannon Ringenbach

Shannon.Ringenbach@asu.edu

Assoc Dean & Assoc Professor
SNHP Kinesiology
Faculty w/Admin Appointment
Mail Code: 0701

425 North Fifth Street ABC1 227 (Map)
(602)827-0276

Bio

Shannon D. Ringenbach, BPe, MSc, PhD
Associate Professor

Education

  • PhD - Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1998
    Specializing in motor control, motor development and motor learning
  • MSc - McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, 1993
    Human Biodynamics specializling in motor control and motor learning
  • BPe - McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, 1991

Recent Publications

  • Mulvey, G. M., Ringenbach, S. D. R., & Jung, M. (2011). Reversal of handedness effects on bimanual coordination in adults with Down syndrome. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2788.2011.01457.x. [Epub ahead of print]
  • Ringenbach, S. D. R., Van Gemmert, A. W. A., Shill, H. A. & Stelmach, G. E. (2011). Unimanual and bimanual drawing are performed accurately using auditory instructions in Parkinson?s disease patients. Human Movement Science, 30(4), 770-782.
  • B. Wipfli, D. Landers, C. Nagoshi, & S. D. Ringenbach (2011). An Examination of Serotonin and Psychological Variables in the Relationship Between Exercise and Mental Health. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 21(3), 474-481.
  • Ringenbach, S. D. R., *Mulvey, G. M. Van Gemmert, A. W. A., Stankus, A., & B. K. V. Maraj. (2009). Sensory Feedback is Beneficial for Performance of Continuous Bimanual Tasks for Adults with Down Syndrome. Down Syndrome Quarterly, 11, 3-9.
  • Lantero, D. A., & Ringenbach, S. D. R. (2009). Factors Influencing Children's Performances of a Steady State Bimanual Coordination. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 80, 205-212.

Research Interests

Exercise interventions on motor, cognitive, clinical functions in persons with Down syndrome and intellectual disability.

Current/Recent Grants and Projects

  • National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Assisted Cycle Therapy (ACT) in Adolescents with Down Syndrome. Ringenbach (Robertson), S. D. (PI) $149,875
  • The Effect of Muisc on Motor, Executive and Affect Functions for People with Down Syndrome in Music-Based Exercise. Ringenbach, S. D. R., & Chen, C. C. (Co-I)$5,000. Special Olympics/CDC, 02/2010 - 02/2011.
  • Does Music-Based Treadmill Walking Improve Performance Of Cognition & Motor Learning In People With Intellectual Disabilities? Ringenbach, S. D. R., & Chen, C. C. (Co-I) $5,000. Special Olympics/CDC, 02/2010 - 02/2011.
  • The Evaluation of Cycling Exercise on Motor, Cognitive and Clinical Functions for People with Down Syndrome. Shannon D. R. Ringenbach, PI. $5,000 funded by the College of Nursing & Health Innovation small grants program.
  • Examination of intra and interhemispheric processing following different instructions during long term motor learning in persons with Down syndrome (Ringenbach, S.D.R., PI). Funded by the Jerome LeJeune Fondation, 01/01/2009 - 01/01/2011 ($29,060)

Honors/Awards

  • 2009 - Special Recognition for Professor of the Year by ASU
  • 2008 - Featured as one of Arizona's Leading Women Scientists by Phoenix Woman Magazine
  • 2006 - Young Research Career Award by World Down Syndrome Congress

Research Interests

Associate Professor, Department of Kinesiology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Motor Development Lab Office PEBE 214 Phone: 480-965-3280 Fax: 480-965-8108 shannon.ringenbach@asu.edu Bio Shannon (Robertson) Ringenbach received her B.Pe. from McMaster University in 1991, her M.Sc. from McMaster University in 1993, and her Ph.D. from Purdue University in 1998. Dr. Ringenbach has been at ASU since 1998 and has been funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and the National Down Syndrome Society for over 5 years to investigate perceptual motor behavior in individuals with Down Syndrome. Currently, she is funded by the Jerome Lejeune Fondation for her research investigating music and movement in persons with Down syndrome. Recently, she received a Young Researcher award at the World Down Syndrome Congress. Research The Motor Development and Learning Laboratory is currently investigating the learning and development of bimanual coordination. Timing and coordination in perceptual-motor tasks (e.g., circle drawing, line drawing, drumming, tapping) are measured in typical developing children, individuals with Down syndrome, and adults to investigate cerebral asymmetries, learning, and individual differences Selected Publications Refereed Articles (* signifies student authors) Ringenbach, S. D. R., *Beachy, C., & *Mulvey, G. M. (2007). Persons with Downsyndrome use similar strategies when using visual instructions for bimanualdrumming. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 51, 953-961. Maraj, B. K. V., *Bonertz, C. M., *Kivi, J. J., *Furler, B. L., Ringenbach, S. D., *Mulvey, G. M. (2007). Cerebral specialization in individuals with Down syndrome: The ongoing development of a model. Down Syndrome Quarterly, 9, 7-16. *Lantero, D. L., & Ringenbach, S. D. R. (2007). Developmental differences in the use of visual information during a continuous bimanual coordination task. Journal of Motor Behavior, 39, 139-155. Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Allen, H, Chung, S, Jung, M L. Specific instructions are important for continuous bimanual drumming in adults with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome: Research and Practice (2006). Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Lantero, D A. Adults with Down syndrome coordinate best under preferred conditions. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (2005). Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Amazeen, P G. How do children control rate, amplitude, and coordination stability during bimanual circle drawing?. Ecological Psychology (2005). Amazeen, E L, Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Amazeen, P G. The effects of attention and handedness on coordination dynamics in a bimanual Fitt's law task. Experimental Brain Research (2005). Kao, J C, Ringenbach, Shannon Dora. Head movement variability is constant during gait transitions. Perceptual and Motor Skills (2004). Kao, J C, Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Martin, P E. Gait transitions are not dependent on changes in intralimb coordination variability. Journal of Motor Behavior (2003). Kao, J C, Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Payne, V g, Thomas, J R, Martin, P E. Intralimb coordination during walking and running. Journal of Human Movement Studies (2003). Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Ericsson, A B, Kao, J C. Performance of bimanual circles and lines by adults with Down syndrome. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (2003). Maraj, B K V, Li, L, Hillman, R, Johnsom, J J, Ringenbach, Shannon Dora. Verbal and visual instruction in motor skill acquisition for persons with and without Down syndrome. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (2003). Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, AWA, van Gemmert, Maraj, B K V. Auditory information is beneficial for adults with Down syndrome in a continuous bimanual task. Acta Psychologica (2002). Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Chua, R, Maraj, B K V, Kao, J C, Weeks, D J. Bimanual coordination dynamics in adults with Down syndrome. Motor Control (2002). Ringenbach, Shannon Dora. The development of bimanual skill: The search for stable patterns of coordination. Journal of Motor Behavior (2001). *Kao. J. C., Payne, V. G., Thomas, J. R., Martin, P. E., & Robertson, S. D. (2000). Intralimb coordination during walking and running. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 39, 105-113. Robertson, S., Zelaznik, H. N., *Lantero, D., *Gadacz-Bojczyk, K., *Spencer, R., *Doffin, J., & *Schneidt, T. (1999). Correlations for timing consistency among tapping and drawing tasks: Evidence against a single timing process for motor control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 25, 1316 - 1330. Robertson, S., & Elliott, D. (1996). The influence of skill in gymnastics and vision on dynamic balance. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 27, 361 - 368. Robertson, S., & Elliott, D. (1996). Specificity of learning and dynamic balance. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 67, 69-75. Robertson, S., *Collins, J., Elliott, D., & Starkes, J. (1994). The influence of skill and intermittent vision on dynamic balance. Journal of Motor Behavior, 26, 333-339. Book Chapters Robertson, S. D., *Tremblay, L., Anson, G. J., & Elliott, D. (2002). Learning to cross a balance beam: Implications for teachers, coaches and therapists. In K. Davids, G. Savelsbergh, S., Bennett, J. van der Kamp (Eds.). Dynamic interception actions in Sport: Current Research and Practical Applications, (pp. 109-125). UK: Taylor and Francis. Maraj, B. K. V., Robertson, S. D., *Welsh, T. N., Weeks, D. J., Chua, R., Heath, M., Roy, E. A., Simon, D. A., Weinberg, H., & Elliott, D. (2002). Verbal-Motor behaviour in persons with Down syndrome. In M. Cuskelly, A. Jobling, & S. Buckley (Eds.), Down Syndrome Across the Life Span, (pp. 175-193).London, England: Whurr Publishers Ltd. Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle ScholarRingenbach, Shannon Dora, Balp-Riera, A. Adults with Down syndrome benefit from visual instructions for spatial-temporal aspects of drumming. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (2006). Presentations (since 2005) Poston, B. Van Gemmert, G. W. A., & Stelmach, G. E. S. Brain laterality and motor function in the elderly. Presented the verbal presentation at the American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA) and published in the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 30, S12. Ringenbach, S. D. R., Mulvey, G. M., & Chen, C. (2008, June). Visual instructions benefit adults with Down syndrome in continuous bimanual and unimanual drumming. Poster presented at the American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA) and published in the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 30, S124. Mulvey, G. M., & Ringenbach, S. D. R. (2008, June). Atypical handedness effects on bimanual motor coordination in adults with Down syndrome. Poster presented at the American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA) and published in the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 30, S53. Ringenbach, S. D. R., *Mulvey, G., *Jacobs, A. (2007, November). Adults with Down syndrome learned continuous bimanual drumming best with visual instructions. Verbal presentation at the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, Windsor, ON, Canada. Ringenbach, S. D. R., *Mulvey, G., *Beachy, C. (2007, June). Drumming movements are more precise with visual instructions for adults with Down syndrome. Poster presented at American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA) and published in the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 29, S121. Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Jung, M L Adults with Down syndrome benefit from visual information for spatial-temporal aspects of symmetrical and asymmetrical bimanual drumming. Ninth World Down Syndrome Congress. (August 2006). Mulvey, G, Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Jung, M L Learning to teach motor skills to people with Down syndrome: Why exclude the leftieis?. Hawaii International Conference for Social Sciences. (June 2006). Lantero, D A, Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Soukup, G J Is there a difference in circularity measures based on different methods of calculations?. North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (June 2006). Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Allen, H, Chung, S, Jung, M L Specific instructions are important for continuous bimanual drumming in adults with Down syndrome. North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (June 2006). Ringenbach, Shannon Dora, Shill, H S, Stelmach, G E, van Gemmert, A.W.A Cue benefits on drawing tasks in Parkinsonian patients depend on task requirements. Annual conference of Society for Neuroscience. (November 2005). Lantero, D A, Ringenbach, Shannon Dora Age-related differences in continuous bimanual circle drawing. Annual conference for National Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (June 2005). Ringenbach, Shannon Dora Perceptual-motor tasks in adults with Down syndrome. Kinesiology Seminar. (March 2005). Research Activity Research Awards Ringenbach,Shannon Dora * . Music and Movement in Persons with Down Syndrome. JEROME LEGEUNE FDN (7/1/2007 - 8/31/2009). Ringenbach,Shannon Dora * . Perceptual-Motor Tasks in Adults with Down Syndrome. HHS-NIH-NICHD (4/1/2005 - 9/30/2007). Ringenbach,Shannon Dora * . PERCEPTUAL-MOTOR BEHAVIOR IN DOWN SYNDROME. MCMASTER UNIVERSITY (1/1/1999 - 6/30/2002). * principal investigator Teaching Courses Fall Courses Taught This Semester Course Number Course Title KIN 422 Motor Control/Spcl Populations KIN 598 Special Topics : Motor Control Special Popul Spring Courses Taught This Semester Course Number Course Title KIN 345 Motor and Developmental Learning Service Secretary of the Senate and Executive Committee (August 2008 - present) Down Syndrome Research Quarterly, Associate Editor (January 2007 - present) Barrett Honors College, Honor Faculty Advisor (August 2006 - present) Bioscience Institutional Review Board, Member (August 2006 - August 2009) Barrett Honor's College: Honor's Faculty Council, Member (August 2005 - present) Book: I Just Am; A story of Down syndrome awareness and tolerance, Wrote Foreward/ Sponsor (August 2005 - present) Down syndrome network Buddy Walk, Supporter, Exhibiter (November 2004 - present) Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona Buddy Walk, Supporter, Exhibiter (October 2004 - present) SEE ASU (activities for children), Departmental exhibitor (March 2004 - April 2004) Human Kinetics, Book reviewer - An Introduction to the Human Machine and Movement Performance (March 2004 - April 2004) Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Grant reviewer (2004) Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Grant reviewer (November 2003 - February 2004) North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Program Chair (July 2003 - July 2004) Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, Ad hoc Reviewer (2003 - present) Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, Conference session moderator (ended 2003) Experimental Brain Research, Ad hoc Reviewer (ended 2003) Human Kinetics, Book reviewer (ended 2003) Human Motor Development: A Lifespan Approach (5th Ed.), Book reviewer (ended 2003) North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Symposium organizer (ended 2003) Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Ad hoc Reviewer (ended 2003) Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, Director (October 2002 - October 2004) Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, Reviewer (August 2002 - present) Acta Psychologica, Reviewer (2002 - present) NASPSPA - Motor Control/Learning section, Program Committee (2002 - 2003) Motor Learning and Control for Practitioners, Book reviewer (2002) Special Olympics, Supporter (2002 - present) Motor Control, Ad hoc Reviewer (2001 - present)

Courses

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BIO 493 Honors Thesis
HON 492 Honors Directed Study
HON 493 Honors Thesis
HON 498 Pro-Seminar
HON 499 Individualized Instruction
KIN 422 Motor Control/Spcl Populations
KIN 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BIO 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 345 Motor & Developmental Learning
KIN 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction

Summer 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
KIN 345 Motor & Developmental Learning
KIN 795 Continuing Registration

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
KIN 422 Motor Control/Spcl Populations
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction
KIN 792 Research

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
HON 494 Special Topics
KIN 422 Motor Control/Spcl Populations
KIN 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction
KIN 792 Research
KIN 795 Continuing Registration

Summer 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
KIN 345 Motor & Developmental Learning
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
KIN 422 Motor Control/Spcl Populations
KIN 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction
KIN 792 Research

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
KIN 345 Motor & Developmental Learning
KIN 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction
KIN 792 Research
KIN 799 Dissertation

Summer 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
KIN 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction
KIN 792 Research
KIN 799 Dissertation

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
KIN 345 Motor & Developmental Learning
KIN 422 Motor Control/Spcl Populations
KIN 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction
KIN 598 Special Topics
KIN 792 Research
KIN 795 Continuing Registration
KIN 799 Dissertation

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
HON 494 Special Topics
KIN 422 Motor Control/Spcl Populations
KIN 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction
KIN 792 Research
KIN 795 Continuing Registration
KIN 799 Dissertation

Summer 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
KIN 492 Honors Directed Study
KIN 493 Honors Thesis
KIN 499 Individualized Instruction
KIN 792 Research
KIN 795 Continuing Registration
KIN 799 Dissertation

Spring 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
HON 494 Special Topics
KIN 422 Motor Control/Spcl Populations
KIN 598 Special Topics

Fall 2009

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
KIN 422 Motor Control/Spcl Populations
KIN 598 Special Topics

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Lantero, D. A., & Ringenbach, S. D. R.. ). Factors Influencing Children's Performances of a Steady State Bimanual Coordination.. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (2009).

  2. Ringenbach, S. D. R., Mulvey, G. M., Van Gemmert, A. W. A., Stankus, A. & Maraj, B. K. V.. Sensory feedback is beneficial for performance of continuous bimanual tasks for adults with Down syndrome.. Down Syndrome Quarterly (2009).

  3. Shannon Ringenbach, A Balp-Riera. Adults with Down syndrome benefit from visual instructions for spatial-temporal aspects of drumming. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (2006).

  4. Shannon Ringenbach, H Allen, S Chung, M Jung. Specific instructions are important for continuous bimanual drumming in adults with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome: Research and Practice (2006).

  5. E Amazeen, Shannon Ringenbach, P Amazeen. The effects of attention and handedness on coordination dynamics in a bimanual Fitt's law task. Experimental Brain Research (2005).

  6. Eric Amazeen, Shannon Ringenbach, P Amazeen. The effects of attention and handedness on coordination dynamics in a bimanual Fitt's law task. Experimental Brain Research (2005).

  7. Shannon Ringenbach, D Lantero. Adults with Down syndrome coordinate best under preferred conditions. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (2005).

  8. Shannon Ringenbach, P Amazeen. How do children control rate, amplitude, and coordination stability during bimanual circle drawing?. Ecological Psychology (2005).

  9. Shannon Ringenbach, Polemnia Amazeen. How do children control rate, amplitude, and coordination stability during bimanual circle drawing?. Ecological Psychology (2005).

  10. J Kao, Shannon Ringenbach. Head movement variability is constant during gait transitions. Perceptual and Motor Skills (2004).

  11. B Maraj, L Li, R Hillman, J Johnsom, Shannon Ringenbach. Verbal and visual instruction in motor skill acquisition for persons with and without Down syndrome. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (2003).

  12. J Kao, Shannon Ringenbach, P Martin. Gait transitions are not dependent on changes in intralimb coordination variability. Journal of Motor Behavior (2003).

  13. J Kao, Shannon Ringenbach, V Payne, J Thomas, P Martin. Intralimb coordination during walking and running. Journal of Human Movement Studies (2003).

  14. Shannon Ringenbach, A Ericsson, J Kao. Performance of bimanual circles and lines by adults with Down syndrome. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (2003).

  15. Shannon Ringenbach, R Chua, B Maraj, J Kao, D Weeks. Bimanual coordination dynamics in adults with Down syndrome. Motor Control (2002).

  16. Shannon Ringenbach, van AWA, B Maraj. Auditory information is beneficial for adults with Down syndrome in a continuous bimanual task. Acta Psychologica (2002).

  17. Book chapter: Ringenbach, Shannon Dora (Author) . Learning to cross a balance beam: Implications for teachers, coaches and therapists. Dynamic interception actions in sport: Current research and practical applications. Routledge (2002).

  18. Book chapter: Ringenbach, Shannon Dora (Author) . Verbal-motor behaviour in persons with Down syndrome. Down syndrome across the life span. Whurr Publishers Ltd (2002).

  19. Shannon Ringenbach. The development of bimanual skill: The search for stable patterns of coordination. Journal of Motor Behavior (2001).

  20. Book chapter: Kao, J C (Author) ,Ringenbach, Shannon Dora (Author) ,Winges, J B (Author) ,Umberger, B R (Author) . Postural Stability Constrains the Mode of Bimanual Coordination. Studies in Perception and Action. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (2001).

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Presentations

  1. Ringenbach, S. D. R., Boni, M., Chen, C. C., & Mulvey, G. M. During Bimanual Drumming Music Benefits Adults with Down syndrome, While Chanting Does Not. Annual conference for the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology. (Oct 2009).
  2. Van Gemmert, A. W. A., Ringenbach, S. D. R., Shill, H. A., & Stelmach, G. E. Complex bimanual coordination is performed accurately using verbal instructions in Parkinson’s disease patients.. 14th conference of the International Graphonomics Society. (Aug 2009).
  3. Ringenbach, S. D. R., Zimmerman, K., Chen, C., & Boni, M. Continuous information is important for adults with Down syndrome when performing continuous bimanual drumming.. Annual conference for the North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (Jun 2009).
  4. Bellama, T. J., Chen, C.C., Ringenbach, S. D. R. Adults with Down syndrome can dance!. Poster presentation at the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology. (Nov 2008).
  5. Poston, B. Van Gemmert, G. W. A., & Stelmach, G. E. S. (2008, June). Brain laterality and motor function in the elderly. I Presented the verbal presentation at and published in the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 30, S12. Brain laterality and motor function in the elderly.. The North American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (Jun 2008).
  6. Ringenbach, S. D. R., Mulvey, G. M., & Chen, C. Visual instructions benefit adults with Down syndrome in continuous bimanual and unimanual drumming.. North American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (Jun 2008).
  7. Mulvey, G. M., & Ringenbach, S. D. R. Atypical handedness effects on bimanual motor coordination in adults with Down syndrome.. North American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (Jun 2008).
  8. Ringenbach, Shannon, Jung, M Adults with Down syndrome benefit from visual information for spatial-temporal aspects of symmetrical and asymmetrical bimanual drumming. Ninth World Down Syndrome Congress. (Aug 2006).
  9. Lantero, D, Ringenbach, Shannon, Soukup, G Is there a difference in circularity measures based on different methods of calculations?. North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (Jun 2006).
  10. Mulvey, G, Ringenbach, Shannon, Jung, M Learning to teach motor skills to people with Down syndrome: Why exclude the leftieis?. Hawaii International Conference for Social Sciences. (Jun 2006).
  11. Ringenbach, Shannon, Allen, H, Chung, S, Jung, M Specific instructions are important for continuous bimanual drumming in adults with Down syndrome. North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (Jun 2006).
  12. Ringenbach, Shannon, Shill, H, Stelmach, G, van Gemmert, A.W.A Cue benefits on drawing tasks in Parkinsonian patients depend on task requirements. Annual conference of Society for Neuroscience. (Nov 2005).
  13. Lantero, D, Ringenbach, Shannon Age-related differences in continuous bimanual circle drawing. Annual conference for National Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. (Jun 2005).
  14. Ringenbach, Shannon Perceptual-motor tasks in adults with Down syndrome. Kinesiology Seminar. (Mar 2005).
  15. Ringenbach, Shannon Influences of age and instructions on bimanual coordination. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference. (Oct 2004).
  16. Ringenbach, Shannon Age-related differences in self-selected parameters of continuous movements. North American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity annual conference. (Jun 2004).
  17. Ringenbach, Shannon, Lantero, D Adults with Down syndrome have difficulty performing instructed coordination patterns. Motor Control: Trends and Perspectives Meeting. (May 2004).
  18. Ringenbach, Shannon, Richards, A, Slipp, S Visual Response-produced Feedback is Beneficial for Performance of Continuous Bimanual Tasks for Adults with Down Syndrome. Sensorimotor Coordination Conference. (Jul 2003).
  19. Ringenbach, Shannon, Richards, A, Slipp, S Response-produced Feedback is Beneficial for Performance of Continuous Bimanual Tasks for Adults with Down Syndrome. 'Motor Behavior in Persons with Down Syndrome: Transcending Timescales and Theories' at the NASPSPA. (Jun 2003).
  20. Ringenbach, Shannon Adults with Down syndrome can produce in-phase and anti-phase coordination patterns. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference. (Oct 2002).
  21. Ringenbach, Shannon Asymmetrical Cerebral organization in individuals with Down syndrome: Application to continuous and bimanual tasks: Experiment 2. Dynamics of Perception, Action and Cognition Seminar, Department of Psychology. (Oct 2002).
  22. Ringenbach, Shannon Changes in measures of postural stability at the walk-to-run and run-to-walk transitions. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology. (Oct 2002).
  23. Ericsson, A, Ringenbach, Shannon, Kao, J Performance of continuous circles is difficult for adults with Down syndrome. Coordination Dynamics 2002 conference. (May 2002).
  24. Ericsson, A, Ringenbach, Shannon, Adina, J, Anest, V, Abbey, L, Ericson, A Guidance Information is Not Beneficial for Individuals with Down Syndrome in a Continuous Bimanual Task. SCAPPS. (Nov 2001).
  25. Ringenbach, Shannon The Development of Coordination and Golf. The World Scientific Congress of Golf: Future of Golfers Conference. (Mar 2001).
  26. Ringenbach, Shannon Asymmetrical Cerebral organization in individuals with Down syndrome: Application to continuous and bimanual tasks: Experiment 1. Dynamics of Perception, Action and Cognition Seminar, Department of Psychology. (Oct 2000).
  27. Ringenbach, Shannon, Kao, J Variability of head-torso coordination during human locomotion. SCAPPS. (Oct 2000).
  28. Ringenbach, Shannon, Winges, J Rate and amplitude of bimanual movements are positively coupled in children. SCAPPS. (Oct 2000).
  29. Ringenbach, Shannon, Gangi, J, Ericsson, A, Ericson, A, Winges, J, Kao, J, Chua, R, Weeks, D The influence of auditory and visual information on continuous circle drawing in individuals with Down syndrome. NASPSPA. (Jun 2000).
  30. Ringenbach, Shannon Unimanual and bimanual coordination based on visual or auditory input in individuals with Down syndrome. Annual Meeting of the World Down Syndrome Congress. (Mar 2000).
  31. Ringenbach, Shannon, Gangi, J, Ericsson, A, Ericson, A, Winges, J, Kao, J, Abbey, L Cerebral organization in individuals with Down syndrome: Application to continuous and bimanual tasks. Brain Day at Arizona State University. (Mar 2000).
  32. Ringenbach, Shannon, Umberger, B, Winges, J, Kao, J The relationship between preferred upper extremity interlimb coordination and postural stability. NASPSPA.
  33. Ringenbach, Shannon North American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity.
  34. Ringenbach, Shannon North American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity.
  35. Ringenbach, Shannon Sensorimotor Coordination.
  36. Ringenbach, Shannon Frequency and amplitude are inversely related in circle drawing. International Conference for Perception and Action.

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Ringenbach,Shannon Dora * , Mcclain,Darya Denise , . Assisted Cycle Therapy (ACT) for Adolescents with Down Syndrome. HHS-NIH-NICHD (7/9/2012 - 6/30/2014).
  2. Ringenbach,Shannon Dora * . The Effect of Music on Motor Cognitive and Affect Functions for People with Down Syndrome in Music-Based Exercise. (5/1/2011 - 11/30/2012).
  3. Ringenbach,Shannon Dora * . Music & Movement in Down Syndrome: Examination of intra and interhemispheric .....with Down Syndrome. JEROME LEGEUNE FDN (6/30/2009 - 6/29/2011).
  4. Ringenbach,Shannon Dora * . Music and Movement in Persons with Down Syndrome. JEROME LEGEUNE FDN (7/1/2007 - 8/31/2009).
  5. Ringenbach,Shannon Dora * . Perceptual-Motor Tasks in Adults with Down Syndrome. HHS-NIH-NICHD (4/1/2005 - 9/30/2007).
  6. Ringenbach,Shannon Dora * . PERCEPTUAL-MOTOR BEHAVIOR IN DOWN SYNDROME. MCMASTER UNIVERSITY (1/1/1999 - 6/30/2002).

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Service

  1. Raising Special Kids, Supporter, Exhibitor (2009 - present)
  2. Kinesiology Personnel Committee, Member (2008 - present)
  3. Journal: Experimental Brain Research, Reviewer (2008 - present)
  4. Down Syndrome Research Quarterly, Associate Editor (2007 - present)
  5. Barrett Honor's College: Honor's Faculty Council, Member (2005 - present)
  6. Barrett Honor's College: Honor's Faculty Council, Member (2005 - present)
  7. Barrett Honors College, Faculty Advisor (2005 - present)
  8. Barrett Honors College, Faculty Advisor (2005 - present)
  9. Down syndrome network Buddy Walk, Supporter, Exhibiter (2004 - present)
  10. Down syndrome network Buddy Walk, Supporter, Exhibiter (2004 - present)
  11. Down syndrome network Buddy Walk, Supporter, Exhibiter (2004 - present)
  12. Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona Buddy Walk, Supporter, Exhibiter (2004 - present)
  13. Special Olympics, Supporter (2002 - present)
  14. Special Olympics, Supporter (2002 - present)
  15. Journal: Human Movement Science, Editorial Board/Reviewer (2000 - present)
  16. Journal: Human Movement Science, Editorial Board/Reviewer (2000 - present)
  17. Sun Devil Men's Gymnastics Team, Faculty Advisor (1999 - present)
  18. Sun Devil Men's Gymnastics Team, Faculty Advisor (1999 - present)
  19. Human Kinetics, Book Reviewer (2009)
  20. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Reviewer (2009)
  21. Bioscience Institutional Review Board, Member (2006 - 2009)
  22. CLAS Senate, Secretary (2008 - 2009)
  23. Journal of Motor Behavior, Reviewer (2008)
  24. CLAS Senate, Secretary (2008)
  25. Journal: Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, Reviewer (2008)
  26. Journal: Experimental Brain Research, Reviewer (2008)
  27. Journal of Motor Behavior, Reviewer (2008)
  28. Journal: Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, Reviewer (2008)
  29. North American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Conference Session Moderator (2008)
  30. Journal: Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, Reviewer (2008)
  31. Journal: Perceptual and Motor Skills, Reviewer (2008)
  32. Journal: Down Syndrome Quarterly, Reviewer (2008)
  33. Committee of Review, Member (2005 - 2007)
  34. Self-study Committee, Member (2005 - 2007)
  35. National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke, ASU, Researcher, The localization of Parkinsonian micrographia (2003 - 2005)
  36. Promotion and Tenure Committee, Member (2005)
  37. Sun Devil Gymnastics Club, Faculty Advisor (1999 - 2005)
  38. Search Committee - Biomechanics lecturer, Affirmative Action Representative (2004)
  39. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Grant reviewer (2004)
  40. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, Director (2002 - 2004)

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