62.  Gianutsos, R (2001) An expanded visual field assessment for brain-injured patients. Ch. In I Suchoff, K Ciuffreda, N. Kapoor (Eds.) Vision and brain injury. Santa Clara, CA: Optometric Education Program, pp. 115-131.

61.  Suchoff, IB, 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.

60.  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..

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59.  Suchoff, I., & 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. Blackwell Science, Inc., pp. 608-621.

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58.  Gianutsos, R. (1999) Review of Vision in Vehicles VI. Journal of Optometric Vision Development.

57.  Gianutsos, R., DeLibero, V. (1999) Reported driving, self-appraisal and simulator performance in younger and older drivers. Proceedings of TRB 16th National Conference on Accessible Transportation & Mobility - Access & Mobility in the 21st Century, Phoenix, AZ, March 1-3, 1999.

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56.  Mitnick, JS, Gianutsos, R, Pollack, AH, Susman, M, Baskin, BL, Ko, WD, Pressman, PI, Feiner, HD, & Roses, DF. (1999) Tubular carcinoma of the breast: Sensitivity of diagnostic techniques and correlation with histopathology. American Journal of Roentgenology, 172,319-323.

55.  Mitnick, JS, Gianutsos, R, Pollack, AH, Susman, M, Pressman, PI, Feiner, H, & Roses, DF. (1998) Comparative value of mammography, fine needle aspiration biopsy, and core biopsy in the diagnosis of invasive lobular carcinoma. The Breast Journal, 4(2),75-83.

54.  Gianutsos, R. & Suchoff, IB. (1998) Neuropsychological consequences of mild brain injury and optometric implications. Journal of Behavioral Optometry, 9(1),3-6.

53.  Gianutsos, R. & Suchoff, IB (1997) Visual fields after brain injury: Management issues for the Occupational Therapist. In Understanding and managing vision deficits: A guide for Occupational Therapists. Thorofare, NJ: Slack Corporation, Ch. 13, pp. 333-358.

52.  Gianutsos, R. (1997) Driving and visual information processing in cognitively at risk and older individuals. In M. Gentile, Functional visual behavior: A therapist's guide to evaluation and treatment options, American Occupational Therapy Assn., Ch. 10, 321-342.

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51.  Gianutsos, R. (1997) Vision rehabilitation following acquired brain injury. In M. Gentile, Functional visual behavior: A therapist's guide to evaluation and treatment options, American Occupational Therapy Assn., Ch. 8, 267-294.

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50.  Gianutsos, R. Driving advisement with the Elemental Driving Simulator (EDS): When less suffices. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 1994, 26(2), 183-186.

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49.  Gianutsos, R. The importance of vision rehabilitation following brain injury. In Family Articles for Traumatic Brain Injury, Communication Skill Builders, Tucson, AZ, 1994.

48.  Gianutsos, R., Campbell, A., Beattie, A, & Mandriota, F.J. The Driving Advisement System: A computer-augmented quasi-simulation of the cognitive prerequisites for resumption of driving after brain injury. Assistive Technology, 1992, 4(2), 70-86.

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47.  Gianutsos, R. The computer in cognitive rehabilitation: It's not just a tool anymore. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 1992, 7(3),61-70.

46.  Gianutsos, R., Beattie, A. Elemental Driving Simulator, In Proceedings of The Johns Hopkins National Search for Computing Applications to Assist Persons with Disabilities. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press, 1992, 117-120.

45.  Mitnick, J.S., Vazquez, M.F., Roses, D.F., Harris, M.N., Gianutsos, R., & Waisman,J. Stereotaxic localization for fine-needle aspiration breast biopsy: Initial experience with 300 patients. Archives of Surgery, 1991, 126, 1137-1140.

44.  Gianutsos, R. Cognitive rehabilitation: a neuropsychological specialty comes of age. Brain Injury, 1991, 5(4), 353-368.

43.  Gianutsos, R. Comment on Biaggio and Bittner. American Psychologist, September 1991, 986.

42.  Gianutsos, R. Visual field deficits after brain injury: Computerized screening. Journal of Behavioral Optometry,1991,2(6),143-150.

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41.  Gianutsos, R. Editorial: Working relationships between psychology and optometry. Journal of Behavioral Optometry, 1991, 2(2), 30-31.

40.  Gianutsos, R. Computer Programs for Cognitive Rehabilitation (Vol. 7): QUEST: A Computerized Inquiry and Feedback System. Bayport, NY: Life Science Associates, 1990.

39.  Gianutsos, R. Response system analysis: What the neuropsychologist can contribute to the rehabilitation of individuals emerging from coma. Neuropsychology Review, 1990, 1, 21-30.

38.  Gianutsos, R. Forward, In Sohlberg, M.M. & Mateer, C.A. Introduction to Cognitive Rehabilitation: Theory & Practice. Guilford Press, 1989.

37.  Gianutsos, R. A word to survivors of brain injury who would resume driving and their families. NYS Head Injury Assoc. Newsletter, 9 (1), Spring/Summer 1989.

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36.  Gianutsos, R., Perlin, R., Mazerolle, K., Trem, N. Rehabilitative optometric services for persons emerging from coma. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 1989, 4(2), 17-25.

35.  Gianutsos, R., Trem, N., Giguere, A., & Burke, M. Cognitive Participation Rating Scale (CPRS) with Administrative Aide & Scoring. Bayport, N.Y: Life Science Associates, 1988.

34.  Gianutsos, R., & Ramsey, G. Enabling the survivors of brain injury to receive rehabilitative optometric services. Journal of Vision Rehabilitation, 1988, 2, 37-58.

33.  Gianutsos, R. Computer Programs for Cognitive Rehabilitation, Vol. 6: Driving Advisement System. Bayport NY: Life Science Associates, 1988.

32.  Gianutsos, R. A neuropsychologist speaks to families of persons emerging from coma. New York State Head Injury Association, Albany, N.Y., July 1988.

31.  Gianutsos, R. Computer Programs for Cognitive Rehabilitation, Vol. 5: Software Tools for Use with Persons Emerging from Coma into Consciousness. Bayport NY: Life Science Associates, 1988.

30.  Becker, J., Fox, L., Gianutsos, R. A single-case experimental assessment of vision therapy for bidirectional diplopia secondary to head trauma. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1987, 68, 628. (Abstract).

29.  Gianutsos, R. A neuropsychologist's primer on memory for educators. Neuropsychology, 1987, 1, 51-58.

28.  Burns, P. & Gianutsos, R. Re-entry of the head-injured survivor into the educational system: First steps. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 1987, 4(3), 145-152.

27.  Gianutsos, R., Ramsey, G., Perlin, R. Rehabilitative optometric services for survivors of brain injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1987, 69(8), 573-578. Reprinted in Behavioural Optometry 1990, (2)4, 12-17.

26.  Trem, N., Giguere, A., Burke, M., & Gianutsos, R. Cognitive participation rating scale: Reliability and validity of an index of TBI rehabilitation. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 1987, 68, 622-623. (Abstract)

25.  Gianutsos, R. & Gianutsos, J. Single-case experimental approaches to the assessment of interventions in rehabilitation psychology. In B. Caplan (Ed.), Rehabilitation Psychology Desk Reference. Rockville, Md.: 1987.

24.  Gianutsos, R. & Matheson, P. Disorders of visual perception. In M. J. Meier, L. Diller, & A. L. Benton (Eds.), Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. London: Churchill Livingstone, 1986. (Published by Guilford Press in US)

23.  Gianutsos, R. Computer Programs for Cognitive Rehabilitation (Vol. 3): Therapeutic Memory Exercises for Independent Use. Bayport, NY: Life Science Associates, 1984.

22.  Gianutsos, R., Vroman, G. M. & Matheson, P. Computer Programs for Cognitive Rehabilitation (Vol. 2): Further Visual Imperception Procedures. Bayport, NY: Life Science Associates, 1983.

21.  Gianutsos, R. & Grynbaum, B. Helping brain-injured persons to contend with hidden cognitive deficits. International Rehabilitation Medicine, 1983, 5, 37-40.

20.  Gianutsos, R., Glosser, D., Elbaum, J. & Vroman, G. Visual imperception in brain-injured adults: Multi-faceted measures. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1983, 64, 457-462.

19.  Gianutsos, R. Search-A-Word: A Neuropsychological Diagnostic Task. Bayport, NY: Life Science Associates, 1981.

18.  Gianutsos, R. & Klitzner, C. Computer Programs for Cognitive Rehabilitation. Bayport, NY: Life Sciences Associates, 1981. (Also abbreviated as, "Computer programs for cognitive rehabilitation: Personal computing for survivors of brain injury.") In Proceedings of the Johns Hopkins First National Search for Applications of Personal Computing to Aid the Handicapped. Los Angeles: IEEE Computer Society Press, 1981, pp. 116-117.

17.  Gianutsos, R. Training the short- and long-term recall of a post-encephalitic amnesic. Journal of Clinical Neuropsychology, 1981, 3, 143-153.

16.  Randt, C. T., Brown, E. R., Osborne, D. P., Jr., Jonas, S., Tartaro, T. J. & Gianutsos, R.R. A multi-parametric memory test for clinical populations. Neurology, 1980, 30, 391. (Abstract)

15.  Gianutsos, R. What is cognitive rehabilitation? Journal of Rehabilitation, August, 1980, 36-40.

14.  Gianutsos, R. & Gianutsos, J. Rehabilitating the verbal recall of brain-injured patients by mnemonic training: An experimental demonstration using single-case methodology. Journal of Clinical Neuropsychology, 1979, 2, 117-135.

13.  Orasanu, J. & Gianutsos, R. How to interfere with memory for sentence meaning. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1979, 14, 393-396.

12.  Ebihara, M. & Gianutsos, R. (Eds.) Papers in Anthropology and Linguistics I. New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1978.

11.  Gianutsos, R. & Packer, L. D. A Non-Statistician's Non-Programmer's Guide to Computerized Analysis of Variance. Garden City: Adelphi University, "in house" text, 1976.

10.  Gianutsos, R. The order of recall and the recall of order. Memory and Cognition, 1976, 4, 627-636.

9.  Gianutsos, R. & Litwack, A. R. Chronic marijuana smokers show reduced coding into long-term storage. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1975, 7, 277-279.

8.  Gianutsos, R. Intelligence: The concept of the concept. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 1975, 45, 237. (Digest)

7.  Orasanu, J. & Gianutsos, R. A case study of sexism and elitism in a psychology textbook. Social Action, 1973, 6, 6-8. Reprinted in Rough Times, 1974, 4, 8-9.

6.  Gianutsos, R. The psychoacoustic reality of words. Psychonomic Science, 1972, 28, 91-93.

5.  Gianutsos, R. Free recall of grouped words. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1972, 95, 419-428.

4.  Glanzer, M., Gianutsos, R. & Dubin, S. The removal of items from short-term storage (STS). Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior,1969, 8, 435-447.

3.  Pasternack, B. S. & Gianutsos, R. Applications of the exponential and power functions to the study of allometric growth, with particular reference to doryline ants. The American Naturalist, 1969, 103, 225-234.

2.  Schneirla, T. C., Gianutsos, R. & Pasternack, B. S. Comparative allometry in the larval broods of three army-ant genera, and differential growth as related to colony behavior. The American Naturalist, 1968, 102, 533-554.

1.  Gianutsos, J., Gianutsos, R. & Filby, Y. Magnesium pemoline: Effects on spontaneous activity stimulus responsivity and food intake. Psychonomic Science, 1968, 12, 177-178.




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EDS: Elemental
Driving Simulator