Transportation Research Part F-Traffic Psychology and Behaviour

Papers
(The TQCC of Transportation Research Part F-Traffic Psychology and Behaviour is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Using the UTAUT2 model to explain public acceptance of conditionally automated (L3) cars: A questionnaire study among 9,118 car drivers from eight European countries107
Public perception of autonomous vehicles: A qualitative study based on interviews after riding an autonomous shuttle91
Attitudes towards privately-owned and shared autonomous vehicles89
Mobility as a service and sustainable travel behaviour: A thematic analysis study87
User acceptance of automated public transport82
Revealing psychological inertia in mode shift behavior and its quantitative influences on commuting trips78
Examining human attitudes toward shared mobility options and autonomous vehicles74
Exploring expert perceptions about the cyber security and privacy of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: A thematic analysis approach72
Modelling the acceptance of fully autonomous vehicles: A media-based perception and adoption model68
How gender differences and perceptions of safety shape urban mobility in Southeast Asia65
Effects of explanation types and perceived risk on trust in autonomous vehicles64
A structural equation modeling approach for the acceptance of driverless automated shuttles based on constructs from the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology and the Diffusion of Innovat60
How drivers adapt their behaviour to changes in task complexity: The role of secondary task demands and road environment factors49
A focus group study on the potential of autonomous vehicles as a viable transportation option: Perspectives from people with disabilities and public transit agencies47
After you?! – Use of external human-machine interfaces in road bottleneck scenarios46
The motivations for using bike sharing during the COVID-19 pandemic: Insights from Lisbon46
Risky behaviours associated with traffic crashes among app-based motorcycle taxi drivers in Vietnam46
Modelling the influence of time pressure on reaction time of drivers45
Exploratory factor analysis in transportation research: Current practices and recommendations45
Perceived risk of using shared mobility services during the COVID-19 pandemic44
Overall performance impairment and crash risk due to distracted driving: A comprehensive analysis using structural equation modelling44
Driver behaviour and traffic accident involvement among professional urban bus drivers in China43
Modeling pedestrian-cyclist interactions in shared space using inverse reinforcement learning43
Roles of personal and environmental factors in the red light running propensity of pedestrian: Case study at the urban crosswalks43
Effects of different non-driving-related-task display modes on drivers’ eye-movement patterns during take-over in an automated vehicle43
Sharing the road with autonomous vehicles: A qualitative analysis of the perceptions of pedestrians and bicyclists43
This is not me! Technology-identity concerns in consumers’ acceptance of autonomous vehicle technology42
Modeling the interaction between vehicle yielding and pedestrian crossing behavior at unsignalized midblock crosswalks42
The Long-Term effects of COVID-19 on travel behavior in the United States: A panel study on work from home, mode choice, online shopping, and air travel41
Factors of acceptability, acceptance and usage for non-rail autonomous public transport vehicles: A systematic literature review41
Modeling dispositional and initial learned trust in automated vehicles with predictability and explainability39
Buying an electric car: A rational choice or a norm-directed behavior?38
An international survey on the incidence and modulating factors of carsickness38
Autonomous buses: Intentions to use, passenger experiences, and suggestions for improvement37
An observational study on the risk behaviors of electric bicycle riders performing meal delivery at urban intersections in China37
A perception-based cognitive map of the pedestrian perceived quality of service on urban sidewalks37
Differences in parental perceptions of walking and cycling to high school according to distance35
Intention of Chinese college students to use carsharing: An application of the theory of planned behavior34
Influence of values, attitudes towards transport modes and companions on travel behavior34
Car-following behavioural adaptation when driving next to automated vehicles on a dedicated lane on motorways: A driving simulator study in the Netherlands33
Trust and intention to use autonomous vehicles: Manufacturer focus and passenger control32
Modeling the influence of mobile phone use distraction on pedestrian reaction times to green signals: A multilevel mixed-effects parametric survival model32
Eliciting attitudinal factors affecting the continuance use of E-scooters: An empirical study in Chicago30
Antecedents of consumer loyalty in ride-hailing30
An empirical investigation into carpooling behaviour for sustainability30
Cyclists’ intentions to yield for automated cars at intersections when they have right of way: Results of an experiment using high-quality video animations30
Risky riding behaviours among motorcyclists in Malaysia: A roadside survey30
Psychological stress of bicycling with traffic: examining heart rate variability of bicyclists in natural urban environments29
Factors underpinning unsafe driving: A systematic literature review of car drivers29
Psychological determinants of walking in a Brazilian sample: An application of the Theory of Planned Behavior28
Developing human-machine trust: Impacts of prior instruction and automation failure on driver trust in partially automated vehicles28
Acceptance of visual and audio interventions for distracted pedestrians28
Assessing the feasibility of the theory of planned behaviour in predicting drivers’ intentions to operate conditional and full automated vehicles28
Road user interactions in a shared space setting: Priority and communication in a UK car park28
The impact of cognitive functioning on driving performance of older persons in comparison to younger age groups: A systematic review28
Scores on a new hazard prediction test are associated with both driver experience and crash involvement28
Exploration of the effects of task-related fatigue on eye-motion features and its value in improving driver fatigue-related technology28
Assessing the effect of long-automated driving operation, repeated take-over requests, and driver’s characteristics on commercial motor vehicle drivers’ driving behavior and reaction time in highly au27
Average impact and important features of onboard eco-driving feedback: A meta-analysis27
Understanding user’s travel behavior and city region functions from station-free shared bike usage data27
Analysis of the occurrence and severity of vehicle-pedestrian conflicts in marked and unmarked crosswalks through naturalistic driving study27
The impact of a dedicated lane for connected and automated vehicles on the behaviour of drivers of manual vehicles27
Travel behavior as a driver of attitude: Car use and car pride in U.S. cities26
The utility of psychological measures in evaluating perceived usability of automated vehicle interfaces – A study with older adults26
Pedestrian distraction from Smartphones: An end-user perspective on current and future countermeasures25
Effectiveness of the compensatory strategy adopted by older drivers: Difference between professional and non-professional drivers25
Public acceptance of connected vehicles: An extension of the technology acceptance model24
The influence of system transparency on trust: Evaluating interfaces in a highly automated vehicle24
Situational influencing factors on understanding cooperative actions in automated driving23
Research on parking choice behavior of shared autonomous vehicle services by measuring users’ intention of usage23
Safe on the road – Does Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems Use affect Road Risk Perception?23
Exploring psychological factors of mobile phone use while riding among motorcyclists in Vietnam23
Identifying the determinants and understanding their effect on the perception of safety, security, and comfort by pedestrians and cyclists: A systematic review23
Evaluating pedestrian interaction preferences with a game theoretic autonomous vehicle in virtual reality22
Effects of forward collision warning technology in different pre-crash scenarios22
Bicyclists’ behavioral and physiological responses to varying roadway conditions and bicycle infrastructure22
Exploring the benefits of conversing with a digital voice assistant during automated driving: A parametric duration model of takeover time22
Behavioural intention to use fully autonomous vehicles: Instrumental, symbolic, and affective motives22
Evaluating the effectiveness of Didi ride-hailing security measures: An integration model22
A matter of style? Testing the moderating effect of driving styles on the relationship between job strain and work-related crashes of professional drivers22
Smartphone Use While Driving: An Investigation of Young Novice Driver (YND) Behaviour22
Would you rather teleport or spend some time commuting? Investigating individuals’ teleportation preferences21
Public acceptance of driver state monitoring for automated vehicles: Applying the UTAUT framework21
“Going through a little bit of growing pains”: A qualitative study of the factors that influence the route choice of regular bicyclists in a developing cycling city21
Challenges for automated vehicle driver training: A thematic analysis from manual and automated driving21
Drivers’ and cyclists’ safety perceptions in overtaking maneuvers21
Pedestrian temporal gap acceptance behavior at unsignalized intersections in Kanpur, India21
“They would call me, and I would need to know because it is like life and death”: A qualitative examination of the acceptability of smartphone applications designed to reduce mobile phone use while dr21
Modelling perceived risk and trust in driving automation reacting to merging and braking vehicles21
The relationship between cognitive function and hazard perception in younger drivers21
Using a multi-user driving simulator system to explore the patterns of vehicle fleet rear-end collisions occurrence under different foggy conditions and speed limits20
The safety performance of connected vehicles on slippery horizontal curves through enhancing truck drivers’ situational awareness: A driving simulator experiment20
Cross-cultural perspective of driving style in young adults: Psychometric evaluation through the analysis of the Multidimensional Driving Style Inventory20
Effect of time pressure on steering control of the drivers in a car-following situation20
External human-machine interfaces: Effects of message perspective20
Autonomous vehicle safety: Understanding perceptions of pedestrians and bicyclists20
Safety of micro-mobility: Riders’ psychological factors and risky behaviors of cargo TTWs in China20
Surrendering personal control to automation: Appalling or appealing?20
The impact of navigation system display size and environmental illumination on young driver mental workload20
Ecological interface design effectively reduces cognitive workload – The example of HMIs for speed control20
A driving simulation study to investigate the information threshold of graphical variable message signs based on visual perception characteristics of drivers20
Perceived risk vs actual driving performance during distracted driving: A comparative analysis of phone use and other secondary distractions20
Young drivers’ takeover time in a conditional automated vehicle: The effects of hand-held mobile phone use and future intentions to use automated vehicles20
Is it really too far? Overestimating walk time and distance reduces walking19
A diary study of distracted driving behaviours19
An intercept study of footbridge users and non-users in Malaysia19
A qualitative study of young drivers and deterrence based road policing19
A comparison of experienced and novice drivers’ rear-end collision avoidance maneuvers under urgent decelerating events19
How, and for whom, will activity patterns be modified by self-driving cars? Expectations from the state of Georgia19
The perception of bicycle crashes with and without motor vehicles: Which crash types do older and middle-aged cyclists fear most?19
The effect of sleep-need and time-on-task on driver fatigue19
Drink driving during the COVID-19 pandemic19
Distracted driving caused by voice message apps: A series of experimental studies19
Public acceptance of semi-automated truck platoon driving. A comparison between Germany and California18
Do cyclists need HMIs in future automated traffic? An interview study18
Cyclists' perception of cycling infrastructure – A Repertory Grid approach18
How do familiarity and fatal accidents affect acceptance of self-driving vehicles?18
From workplace attachment to commuter satisfaction before and after a workplace relocation18
Empirical evidence of bias in public acceptance of autonomous vehicles18
Behavioral adaptations of human drivers interacting with automated vehicles18
Nomophobia and self-reported smartphone use while driving: An investigation into whether nomophobia can increase the likelihood of illegal smartphone use while driving17
Differential effects of driver sleepiness and sleep inertia on driving behavior17
How is emotion associated with driving speed? A study on taxi drivers in Japan17
Physiological indicators of driver workload during car-following scenarios and takeovers in highly automated driving17
Eye movements predict driver reaction time to takeover request in automated driving: A real-vehicle study17
App-based feedback on safety to novice drivers: Learning and monetary incentives17
Planning for driving cessation in older drivers17
Pedestrian interaction with automated vehicles at uncontrolled intersections17
Disengagement from driving when using automation during a 4-week field trial17
Driver trust in and training for advanced driver assistance systems in Real-World driving17
A study of the compliance level of connected vehicle warning information in a fog warning system based on a driving simulation17
The specific role of spatial orientation skills in predicting driving behaviour17
Unsafety on two wheels, or social prejudice? Proxying behavioral reports on bicycle and e-scooter riding safety – A mixed-methods study17
Metacognition, rumination and road rage: An examination of driver anger progression and expression in Australia17
A meta-analysis of the n-back task while driving and its effects on cognitive workload17
Demand for mitigating the risk of COVID-19 infection in public transport: The role of social trust and fatalistic beliefs16
Evaluating the impacts of situational awareness and mental stress on takeover performance under conditional automation16
Validation of the F-DBQ: A short (and accurate) risky driving behavior questionnaire for long-haul professional drivers16
Cognitive load, working memory capacity and driving performance: A preliminary fNIRS and eye tracking study16
Assessing carpooling drivers and barriers: Evidence from Bangkok, Thailand16
Factors influencing public awareness of autonomous vehicles: Empirical evidence from Brisbane16
Driving simulation sickness and the sense of presence: Correlation and contributing factors16
Self-perception of driving abilities in older age: A systematic review16
Take over! A video-clip study measuring attention, situation awareness, and decision-making in the face of an impending hazard16
What is the best way to promote cycling? A systematic review and meta-analysis16
Driver conflict response during supervised automation: Do hands on wheel matter?16
Contributory factors to sleepiness amongst London bus drivers16
Analysing the influence of attitude and habit on bicycle commuting16
Ergonomic Design Improves Cross-Cultural Road Sign Comprehension16
A comprehensive systematic review of the laboratory-based research investigating the influence of alcohol on driving behaviour15
The influence of the built environment on pedestrians’ perceptions of attractiveness, safety and security15
A driving simulator study to assess driver performance during a car-following maneuver after switching from automated control to manual control15
Analysis of overtaking patterns of Indian drivers with data collected using a LiDAR15
Proposal of a driver profile classification in relation to risk level in overtaking maneuvers15
Staying on or getting off the sidewalk? Testing the Mehrabian-Russell Model on pedestrian behavior15
Surrogate safety indicator for unsignalised pedestrian crossings15
Icy roads and urban environments. Passenger experiences in autonomous vehicles in Finland15
Driving without the brain? Effects of value predispositions, media attention, and science knowledge on public willingness to use driverless cars in Singapore15
How the initial level of trust in automated driving impacts drivers’ behaviour and early trust construction15
Are novice drivers competent to take over control from level 3 automated vehicles? A comparative study with experienced drivers15
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS): Demographics, preferred sources of information, and accuracy of ADAS knowledge15
Lane-changing-decision characteristics and the allocation of visual attention of drivers with an angry driving style15
Safety of autonomous vehicles: what are the insights from experienced industry professionals?15
Safety culture, safety management and accident risk in trucking companies15
“Don’t you want the dream?”: Psycho-social determinants of car share adoption15
A systematic review of definitions of motor vehicle headways in driver behaviour and performance studies14
On the way to autonomous driving: How age influences the acceptance of driver assistance systems14
Hybrid route choice model incorporating latent cognitive effects of real-time travel information using physiological data14
Analysis of the factors affecting drivers’ queue-jumping behaviors in China14
Approaching to a structural model of impulsivity and driving anger as predictors of risk behaviors in young drivers14
Factors that influence the acceptance of future shared automated vehicles – A focus group study with United Kingdom drivers14
Repeated usage of a motorway automated driving function: Automation level and behavioural adaption14
Risk prediction model using eye movements during simulated driving with logistic regressions and neural networks14
Behavioral changes to repeated takeovers in automated driving: The drivers’ ability to transfer knowledge and the effects of takeover request process14
Evaluating the impact of real-time coaching programs on drivers overtaking cyclists14
A brief and unsupervised online intervention improves performance on a validated test of hazard perception skill used for driver licensing14
International study on the importance of communication between automated vehicles and pedestrians14
Exploring multi-homing behavior of ride-sourcing drivers via real-world multiple platforms data14
Revisiting the level-of-service framework for pedestrian comfortability: Velocity depicts more accurate perceived congestion than local density13
From trait anger to aggressive violations in road traffic13
Investigating the influence of time pressure on overtaking maneuvers and crash risk13
Can emotion regulation explain the association between age and driving styles?13
A novel conceptual framework investigating the relationship between roadside advertising and road safety: The driver behaviour and roadside advertising conceptual framework13
How to nudge drivers to reduce speed: The case of the left-digit effect13
Hours-of-service compliance and safety outcomes among long-haul truck drivers13
Interaction between pedestrians and automated vehicles: Exploring a motion-based approach for virtual reality experiments13
Lessons learned from pedestrian-driver communication and yielding patterns13
Physiological markers of traffic-related stress during active travel13
Exploring the acceptance of connected and automated vehicles: Focus group discussions with experts and non-experts in transport13
Self-reported pedestrian behaviour in Australia13
A two-stage incentive mechanism for rebalancing free-floating bike sharing systems: Considering user preference13
Modelling heterogeneity in behavioral response to peak-avoidance policy utilizing naturalistic data of Beijing subway travelers13
The influence of alcohol (0.5‰) on the control and manoeuvring level of driving behaviour, finding measures to assess driving impairment: A simulator study13
The factors impacting the use of navigation systems: A study based on the technology acceptance model13
The impact of rail-based stations on passengers’ safety perceptions. A systematic review of international evidence12
User gesticulation inside an automated vehicle with external communication can cause confusion in pedestrians and a lower willingness to cross12
The Impact of Commercial Parking Utilization on Cyclist Behavior in Urban Environments12
Different level automation technology acceptance: Older adult driver opinion12
“They have to be better than human drivers!” Motorcyclists’ and cyclists’ perceptions of autonomous vehicles12
Effects of route familiarity on drivers’ psychological conditions: Based on driving behaviour and driving environment12
Eyes on the road, hands upon the wheel? Reciprocal dynamics between smartphone use while driving and job crafting12
Driving anger scale validation: Relationship of driving anger with the aberrant driving behaviour of truck drivers12
Key factors associated with Australian parents’ willingness to use an automated vehicle to transport their unaccompanied children12
Effect of external HMI for automated vehicles (AVs) on drivers’ ability to infer the AV motion intention: A field experiment12
To cross or not to cross: Impact of visual and auditory cues on pedestrians’ crossing decision-making12
“Pédaler en toute sécurité”: The Cycling Behavior Questionnaire (CBQ) in Belgium – A validation study12
The effect of visual HMIs of a system assisting manual drivers in manoeuvre coordination in system limit and system failure situations12
Evidence that implementation intentions reduce drivers’ use of mobile phones while driving12
“Do I really need it?”: An explorative study of acceptance and usage of in-vehicle technology12
Cross-culturally approaching the cycling behaviour questionnaire (CBQ): Evidence from 19 countries12
Predicting pedestrians’ intention to cross the road in front of automated vehicles in risky situations12
Does morality predict aggressive driving? A conceptual analysis and exploratory empirical investigation12
Analysis of driver’s decision distance and merging distance in work zone area based on parametric survival models: With the aid of a driving simulator experiment12
Impact of interface design on drivers’ behavior in partially automated cars: An on-road study12
Effectiveness investigation of travel demand management measures in Beijing: Existing measures and a potential measure–tradable driving credit12
What are the factors determining user intentions to use AV while impaired?12
Evaluating the impacts of driver’s pre-warning cognitive state on takeover performance under conditional automation11
Effects of traffic context on eHMI icon comprehension11
How to identify the take-over criticality in conditionally automated driving? An examination using drivers’ physiological parameters and situational factors11
The effect of leftward bias on visual attention for driving tasks11
To share or not to share: A theoretically guided investigation of factors predicting intentions to use fully automated shared passenger shuttles11
Positive influence of practical electric vehicle driving experience and range related knowledge on drivers' experienced range stress11
The effect of age and sensation seeking on pedestrian crossing safety in a virtual reality street11
How is the visual working memory load of driver influenced by information density of traffic signs?11
Implicit and explicit attitudes in transportation research: A literature review11
Validating a methodology for understanding pedestrian – vehicle interactions: A comparison of video and field observations11
A subjective one-item measure based on NASA-TLX to assess cognitive workload in driver-vehicle interaction11
Influence of the median opening length on driving behaviors in the crossover work zone—A driving simulation study11
Factors explaining driver yielding behaviour towards pedestrians at courtesy crossings11
The role of attitudes in perceptions of bicycle facilities: A latent-class regression approach11
Exploring behavioral validity of driving simulator under time pressure driving conditions of professional drivers11
Mapping drivers’ mental models of adaptive cruise control to performance11
Does online ticket booking system make people better off? An empirical study on railway service11
Fatigue risk management based on self-reported fatigue: Expanding a biomathematical model of fatigue-related performance deficits to also predict subjective sleepiness11
Psychometric properties of the Driving Cognitions Questionnaire, Driving Situations Questionnaire, and Driving Behavior Survey11
The effect of drivers’ eye contact on pedestrians’ perceived safety11
Examining the efficacy of improved traffic signs and markings at flashing-light-controlled grade crossings based on driving simulation and eye tracking systems11
Driver's mental workload classification using physiological, traffic flow and environmental factors11
Investigating the impact of a novel active gap metering signalization strategy on driver behavior at highway merging sections11
Improving payment of traffic fines with financial incentives: Discounts vs. penalties11
Listen to social media users: Mining Chinese public perception of automated vehicles after crashes11
Parents’ perceptions of driver education: A theoretically guided qualitative investigation11
Effects of speed feedback signs and law enforcement on driver speed11
Should older people be considered a homogeneous group when interacting with level 3 automated vehicles?11
Assessing the factor structure of the Behaviour of Young Novice Drivers Scale (BYNDS)10
The differences in hazard response time and driving styles of violation-involved and violation-free taxi drivers10
An exploratory investigation into the self-regulatory processes influencing drug driving: Are young drivers more externally regulated?10
Investigating sex, masculinity and femininity in relation to impulsive driving and driving anger expression10
Keeping the driver in the loop in conditionally automated driving: A perception-action theory approach10
Manual drivers’ experience and driving behavior in repeated interactions with automated Level 3 vehicles in mixed traffic on the highway10
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