Degrees/Diplomas: Columbia University, Teachers College, New York, NY, Ed.D., Audiology Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, MA, Audiology Ithaca College, New York, NY, BS, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
Campus Affiliation: Brooklyn College|CUNY Graduate Center
Research Interests: audiologic assessment and management, central auditory processing disorders,pediatric audiology, pediatric audiology
Academic Title: Professor Emeritus
Academic Affiliation: Audiology Program at City University of New York- Graduate Center and Speech Communication Arts and Sciences at Brooklyn College, CUNY
Alternate Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Publications and/or Presentations:
Cherry, R. (in press). The importance of hearing and listening in language development. In S. Levey & S. Polirstok (eds.), Language Development and Differences. CA: Sage Publications.
Cherry, R. & Rubinstein, A. (in press). Screening for hearing loss and middle ear disease. In C. Stein & R. Fabus (eds.) Guide to Assessment and Clinical Report Writing in Speech Pathology. NY: Delmar Publishing.
Cherry, R. & Rubinstein, A. (2006) Comparing monotic and diotic selective attention abilities in children. Language, Speech & Hearing Services in the Schools, 37, 137-142.
Cherry, R. Identification of APD in children: Treatment Implications. Master Clinician Series (Brooklyn College, CUNY, March 2007)
2008: New York State Speech, Hearing and Language Association (NYSSHLA) Distinguished Service Award
2008: Recipient of "Favorite Teacher Award" Brooklyn College Annual Award
2007: Recipient of "Favorite Teacher Award" Brooklyn College Annual Award
2005: Clinical Educator Award, American Academy of Audiology