Ruth Madigan
Ruth Madigan
Research Fellow, University of Leeds
Verifierad e-postadress på leeds.ac.uk
TitelCiteras avÅr
Acceptance of Automated Road Transport Systems (ARTS): an adaptation of the UTAUT model
R Madigan, T Louw, M Dziennus, T Graindorge, E Ortega, M Graindorge, ...
Transportation Research Procedia 14, 2217-2226, 2016
732016
Drivers display anger‐congruent attention to potential traffic hazards
AN Stephens, SL Trawley, R Madigan, JA Groeger
Applied cognitive psychology 27 (2), 178-189, 2013
462013
Application of Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) to UK rail safety of the line incidents
R Madigan, D Golightly, R Madders
Accident Analysis & Prevention 97, 122-131, 2016
432016
What influences the decision to use automated public transport? Using UTAUT to understand public acceptance of automated road transport systems
R Madigan, T Louw, M Wilbrink, A Schieben, N Merat
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 50, 55-64, 2017
392017
Were they in the loop during automated driving? Links between visual attention and crash potential
T Louw, R Madigan, O Carsten, N Merat
Injury prevention 23 (4), 281-286, 2017
332017
What externally presented information do VRUs require when interacting with fully Automated Road Transport Systems in shared space?
N Merat, T Louw, R Madigan, M Wilbrink, A Schieben
Accident Analysis & Prevention 118, 244-252, 2018
282018
Human factors, user requirements, and user acceptance of ride-sharing in automated vehicles
N Merat, R Madigan, S Nordhoff
OECD, 2017
272017
Designing the interaction of automated vehicles with other traffic participants: design considerations based on human needs and expectations
A Schieben, M Wilbrink, C Kettwich, R Madigan, T Louw, N Merat
Cognition, Technology & Work 21 (1), 69-85, 2019
212019
Coming back into the loop: Drivers’ perceptual-motor performance in critical events after automated driving
T Louw, G Markkula, E Boer, R Madigan, O Carsten, N Merat
Accident Analysis & Prevention 108, 9-18, 2017
212017
User acceptance of automated shuttles in Berlin-Schöneberg: A questionnaire study
S Nordhoff, J de Winter, R Madigan, N Merat, B van Arem, R Happee
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 58, 843-854, 2018
192018
Models of human decision-making as tools for estimating and optimizing impacts of vehicle automation
G Markkula, R Romano, R Madigan, CW Fox, OT Giles, N Merat
Transportation Research Record 2672 (37), 153-163, 2018
102018
User acceptance of driverless shuttles running in an open and mixed traffic environment
S Nordhoff, B van Arem, N Merat, R Madigan, L Ruhrort, A Knie, ...
Proceedings of the 12th ITS European Congress, Strasbourg, France, 19-22, 2017
102017
Empirical game theory of pedestrian interaction for autonomous vehicles
F Camara, R Romano, G Markkula, R Madigan, N Merat, C Fox
Proceedings of Measuring Behavior 2018, 2018
72018
The effect of varying levels of vehicle automation on drivers’ lane changing behaviour
R Madigan, T Louw, N Merat
PloS one 13 (2), e0192190, 2018
72018
When should the chicken cross the road?: Game theory for autonomous vehicle-human interactions
C Fox, F Camara, G Markkula, R Romano, R Madigan, N Merat
72018
Designing the interaction of automated vehicles with other traffic participants: A design framework based on human needs and expectations
A Schieben, M Wilbrink, C Kettwich, R Madigan, T Louw, N Merat
Cognition, Technology and Work, 2018
52018
Predicting pedestrian road-crossing assertiveness for autonomous vehicle control
F Camara, O Giles, R Madigan, M Rothmüller, PH Rasmussen, ...
2018 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems …, 2018
42018
Filtration analysis of pedestrian-vehicle interactions for autonomous vehicle control
F Camara, O Giles, R Madigan, M Rothmüller, PH Rasmussen, ...
Proceedings of IAS-15, 2018
42018
Rail industry requirements around non-technical skills
R Madigan, D Golightly, R Madders, S Sharples, S Shorrock, P Waterson
Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2015. International Conference on …, 2015
32015
Using the 4P model to understand why people choose to use automated vehicles in public transport
S Nordhoff, R Madigan, R Happee, B Van Arem, R Schönduwe, N Merat
Transportation Research Procedia, 2017
22017
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