Dr. Pamela S. Wolfe
212A Cedar Bldg
University Park, PA 16802
TitleAssociate Professor of Education (Special Education)
DepartmentEducational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education
Gardner, S. J., & Wolfe, P. S. (2014). Teaching students with developmental disabilities daily living skills using point-of-view modeling plus video prompting with error correction. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 1-13.
Ostryn, C., & Wolfe, P. S. (2011). Teaching preschool children with autism spectrum disorders to expressively discriminate between “what’s that?” and “where is it?”. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 26, 195-205.
Wolfe, P. S., Condo, B., & Hardaway, E. (2009). Sociosexuality education for persons with autism spectrum disorders using principles of applied behavior analysis. Teaching Exceptional Children, 42, 50.
Wolfe, P. S., & Blanchett, W. J. (2003). Sex education for students with disabilities: An evaluation guide. Teaching Exceptional Children, 36, 46-51.
Wolfe, P. S., & Hall, T. E. (2003). Making inclusion a reality for students with severe disabilities. Teaching Exceptional Children, 35, 56-61.
Wolfe, P. S., Boone, R. S., Filbert, M., & Atanasoff, L. M. (2000). Training preservice teachers for inclusion and transition: How well are we doing?. Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education, 22, 20-30.
Wolfe, P. S., & Harriott, W. A. (1998). The reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA): What educators and parents should know. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 13, 88-93.
Wolfe, P. S., & Blanchett, W. J. (1997). Infusion of sex education curricula into transition planning: Obstacles and solutions. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 2, 143-153.
Penn State College of Education Research Initiation Grant 2011-2012: “Socio-Sexual Decision Making for Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): An Assessment of Parent and Teacher Perceptions.”
Penn State College of Education Research Initiation Grant 2014-2015: “Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Socio-Sexuality of Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders”