Foroogh Hajiseyedjavadi
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Risk-based autonomous vehicle motion control with considering human driver’s behaviour
C Wei, R Romano, N Merat, Y Wang, C Hu, H Taghavifar, ...
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 107, 1-14, 2019
Training interventions are only effective on careful drivers, not careless drivers
T Zhang, F Hajiseyedjavadi, Y Wang, S Samuel, X Qu, D Fisher
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 58, 693-707, 2018
Effectiveness of visual warnings on young drivers hazard anticipation and hazard mitigation abilities
F Hajiseyedjavadi, T Zhang, R Agrawal, M Knodler, D Fisher, S Samuel
Accident Analysis & Prevention 116, 41-52, 2018
Human-like decision making and motion control for smooth and natural car following
C Wei, E Paschalidis, N Merat, AS Crusat, F Hajiseyedjavadi, R Romano
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles 8 (1), 263-274, 2021
Measuring drivers’ physiological response to different vehicle controllers in highly automated driving (HAD): Opportunities for establishing real-time values of driver discomfort
V Radhakrishnan, N Merat, T Louw, MG Lenné, R Romano, E Paschalidis, ...
Information 11 (8), 390, 2020
Drivers’ evaluation of different automated driving styles: Is it both comfortable and natural?
C Peng, N Merat, R Romano, F Hajiseyedjavadi, E Paschalidis, C Wei, ...
Human factors, 00187208221113448, 2024
Deriving metrics of driving comfort for autonomous vehicles: A dynamic latent variable model of speed choice
E Paschalidis, F Hajiseyedjavadi, C Wei, A Solernou, AH Jamson, ...
Analytic methods in accident research 28, 100133, 2020
Comparative analysis of toll plaza safety features in Puerto Rico and Massachusetts with a driving simulator
D Valdés, B Colucci, M Knodler, D Fisher, B Ruiz, J Ruiz, R García, ...
Transportation research record 2663 (1), 1-11, 2017
Application of microsimulation to model the safety of varied lane configurations at toll plazas
F Hajiseyedjavadi, I McKinnon, C Fitzpatrick, MA Knodler Jr
Transportation Research Board 94th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2015
Effect of environmental factors and individual differences on subjective evaluation of human-like and conventional automated vehicle controllers
F Hajiseyedjavadi, ER Boer, R Romano, E Paschalidis, C Wei, ...
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 90, 1-14, 2022
Driver-centred autonomous vehicle motion control within a blended corridor
C Wei, R Romano, F Hajiseyedjavadi, N Merat, E Boer
IFAC-PapersOnLine 52 (5), 212-217, 2019
The relationship between sensation seeking and speed choice in road environments with different levels of risk
T Louw, FH Hajiseyedjavadi, H Jamson, R Romano, E Boer, N Merat
Driving Assessment Conference 10 (2019), 2019
Use of Micro-Scenarios to Reduce the Effects of Simulator Sickness in Training Intervention Studies
C Schneider, F Hajiseyedjavadi, J Zhang, M Romoser, S Samuel, ...
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 60 (1 …, 2016
Measuring the applicability of intersection-based older driver training programs
CA Schneider, F Hajiseyedjavadi, F Tainter, M Knodler Jr, J Zhang, ...
Transportation research record 2674 (9), 878-886, 2020
To trust or not to trust? A simulation-based experimental paradigm
MA Knodler Jr, E Christofa, F Hajiseyedjavadi, F Tainter, N Campbell
Safety Research Using Simulation (SAFER-SIM) University Transportation Center, 2018
Achieving driving comfort of AVs by combined longitudinal and lateral motion control
C Wei, R Romano, N Merat, F Hajiseyedjavadi, A Solernou, E Paschalidis, ...
Advances in Dynamics of Vehicles on Roads and Tracks: Proceedings of the …, 2020
A comparison of two methodologies for subjective evaluation of comfort in automated vehicles
C Peng, F Hajiseyedjavadi, N Merat
Measuring Behavior 2022 2, 192-199, 2022
To Trust or Not to Trust? A Simulation-Based Experimental Paradigm [supporting datasets]
MA Knodler Jr, E Christofa, F Hajiseyedjavadi, F Tainter, N Campbell
Safety Research Using Simulation (SAFER-SIM) University Transportation Center, 2019
Promoting pedestrian safety in Bangladesh: Identifying factors for drivers’ yielding behavior at designated crossings using behavior change theories
MS Sarker, O Carsten, Y Huang, F Hajiseyedjavadi
Traffic injury prevention, 1-10, 2024
Motivations of pedestrians for safe use of highway crossing: an application of the behaviour change model COM-B in Bangladesh
MS Sarker, O Carsten, Y Huang, F Hajiseyedjavadi
Traffic Safety Research 4, 2023
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