Central Michigan University's Driving Evaluation, Education and Research (D.E.E.R.) Program provides clinical services for evaluating cognitive fitness to drive, education and community referrals for improving driver safety.
The program typically takes about four (4) hours and is divided into the following sessions:
I. Intake Processing and Medical History
II. Clinical Screening
IV. Education and Referral Coordination
V. Driving Re-evaluation, if indicated
Following completion of evaluations, detailed reports are issued to referring physicians and clients are provided education and community referrals as needed (along with video copies of their driving simulation experience on CDs).
To learn more about the program's research activities and it's driving simulator, please visit
The Department of Psychology at Central Michigan University is seeking adults for a study on attention and simulated driving.
To participate, you must have a valid Michigan driver's license and have your own transportation.
The experiment requires two one and a half hour sessions, and you will be paid $15.00 per hour for your participation.
To volunteer or obtain more information, call Dr. Richard W. Backs at (989) 774-3234 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
College of Health Professions