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Dr. Gianutsos is a psychologist at the UEC and adjunct associate professor at the SUNY College of Optometry. She holds a PhD. in experimental psychology from New York University and a bachelor of arts in psychology from Barnard College, Columbia University. Dr. Gianutsos has also been a Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist since 1996, providing rehabilitation services for individuals with disabilities.
Certification Driver Rehabilitation Specialist
Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry
PhD, New York University, 1970 (Experimental Psychology)
BA, Barnard College, 1966
Gianutsos, R (2008) Driver consultation and intervention. Ch. In MT Schultheis, J DeLuca, DL Chute (Eds). Handbook for the Assessment of Driving Capacity. Philadelphia, Elsevier, pp 35-58.
Gianutsos, R (2005) Driving and visual information processing in cognitively at risk and older individuals. Ch 5 In M. Gentile (Ed.) Functional Visual Behavior in Adults: An occupational therapy guide to evaluation and treatment outcomes. 2nd Ed. Rockville, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.
Gianutsos. R (2002) An expanded visual field assessment for brain-injured patients. Ch. In I Suchoff, K Ciuffreda, N. Kapoor (Eds.) Visual and Vestibular Consequences of Acquired Brain Injury. Santa Clara. CA: Optometric Education Program, pp. 115-131.
Suchoff. lB. Gianutsos. R., Ciufredda, K, & Groffman,S. (2000) Vision impairment due to acquired brain injury. In B. Silverstone. MA Lang, B. Rosenthal & EE Faye, The Lighthouse handbook on vision impairment and vision rehabilitation. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 517- 539.
Beatson, C. & Gianutsos, R. (2000) Personal transportation: the vital link to independence. Ch. 43 In M. Grabois, S.J. Garrison, K.A. Hart, & L.D. Lehmkuhl (Eds) Physical medicine and rehabilitation: The complete approach. Blackwell Science, Inc, pp. 777-802.
Suchoff. lB. & Gianutsos. R. (2000) Rehabilitative optometric interventions for the acquired brain injured adult. Ch. 33 In M. Grabois. S.J. Garrison. K.A. Hart, & L.D. Lehmkuhl (Eds.) Physical medicine and rehabilitation: The complete approach. Black well Science, Inc., pp. 608-621.