Faculty Profile

Dr. Luke Haile

luh2415@lhup.edu | 141 Willis Health Professions Center, Lock Haven, PA 17745 | (570) 484-3021

Education:

Ph.D., Exercise Physiology, University of Pittsburgh

M.S., Applied Exercise Physiology, Bloomsburg University,

B.S., Exercise Science   

Courses Most Commonly Taught: Anatomy & Physiology 1 and 2, Physiology of Exercise, Applied Sport and Exercise Science, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Applied Research and Statistics (graduate)

Courses Developed: Applied Sport and Exercise Science, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Applied Research and Statistics (graduate)

Professional Publications:

Elsangedy, H. M., Krinski, K., Costa, E. C., Haile, L., Fonteles, A. I., Tomossi, L. d. S., da Silva, S. G.
(2013) The rating of perceived exertion is not different at the ventilatory threshold in sedentary
women with different body mass indices. Journal of Exercise Science and Fitness, 11(2), 102-
106. doi: 10.1016/j.jesf.2013.11.002.

Haile, L., Goss, F. L., Robertson, R. J., Andreacci, J. L., Gallagher, M., Nagle, E. F. (2013). Session
perceived exertion and affective responses to self-selected and imposed cycle exercise of the
same intensity in young men. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 116(7), 1755-1765. doi:
10.1007/s00421-013-2604-0.

Goss, F. L., Robertson, R. J., Gallagher, M., Haile, L., Morley, J., Suyama, J., Hostler, D. (2013)
Validation of the OMNI scale of thermal sensations. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 116(3), 1-11.
doi: 10.2466/27.29.PMS.116.3.

Higgins, L. W., Robertson, R. J., Kelsey, S. F., Olson, M. B., Hoffman, L. A., Rebovich, P. J., Haile, L.,
Orenstein, D. M. (2013). Exercise intensity self-regulation using the OMNI scale in children
with cystic fibrosis. Pediatric Pulmonology, 48(5), 497-505. doi: 10.1002/ppul.22639.

Haile, L., Robertson, R. J., Nagle, E. F., Krause, M. P., Gallagher, M., Ledezma, C. M., Wisniewski, K.
S., Shafer, A. B., Goss, F. L. (2013). Just noticeable difference in perception of physical exertion
during cycle exercise in young adult men and women. European Journal of Applied Physiology,
113, 877-885. doi: 10.1007/s00421-012-2497-3.

Professional Presentations:

Haile, L., Gallagher, M., Haile, A. M., Dixon, C. B., Goss, F. L., Robertson, R. J. Prediction of
psychophysiological responses to self-selected treadmill exercise using exercise self-efficacy and
the PRETIE-Q. Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. May 2014 – Poster.

Haile, L., Gallagher, M., Haile, A., Dixon, C., Goss, F., Robertson, R. Session, segmented session, and
acute RPE and affective responses to self-selected treadmill exercise. Mid-Atlantic Regional
Chapter Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. November 2012 – Poster. Annual
Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. May 2013 – Thematic Poster.

Haile, L., Goss, F. L., Andreacci, J. L., Nagle, E. F., Robertson, R. J. Session perceived exertion and
affective response following self-selected and imposed cycle exercise. Annual Meeting of the
American College of Sports Medicine. June 2012 – Thematic Poster.

Haile, L., Andreacci, J. L., Nagle, E. F., Goss, F. L., Robertson, R. J. Independent effect of self-selected
versus imposed exercise intensity on affect. Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports
Medicine. June 2011 – Thematic Poster.

Haile, L., Andreacci, J. L., Nagle, E. F., Goss, F. L., Robertson, R. J. The session RPE response to self-
selected and imposed exercise intensities. Southeast Regional Chapter Meeting of the American
College of Sports Medicine. February 2011 – Slides.

Area of Expertise: Exercise Testing and Prescription, Psychological and Perceptual Responses to Exercise, Cardiovascular and Respiratory-Metabolic Measurement During Exercise

 

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