Eileen, Schanel-Klitsch, BA, MA, PhD

Adjunct, College of Education and Rehabilitation

eklitsch@salus.edu

Education:

  • BA, Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • MA, PhD, Temple University

Role a Salus University:

  • College of Education and Rehabilitation
  • Dr. Eileen Schanel-Klitsch is a licensed psychologist who specializes in working with children with visual impairments and their families. She teaches Human Development and Research in the College of Education and Rehabilitation. Dr. Schanel-Klitsch has presented her research at professional conferences both nationally and internationally, and has published in various professional journals.

Professional Honors and Activities:

  • Fellow, Pennsylvania Psychological Association
  • Member, American Psychological Association; North Carolina Psychological Association

Clinical Specialty:

  • Child psychology

Selected Representative Publications:

  • Schanel-Klitsch, E. and Siegfried, J.B. (1987) High frequency wavelets in early infancy. Infant Behavior and Development, 10:325-336.
  • Schanel-Klitsch, E. (1992). Preferential looking: reliable acuity assessment for the low vision infant and child. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 86(1), 71-72.
  • Schanel-Klitsch, E., Ciner, E.B., Graboyes, M., and Appel, S. Visual evaluation of the multiply impaired: The success of the interdisciplinary team approach. Review, 31(1), 1999