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Risk evaluation by modeling of passing behavior on two-lane rural highways
H Farah, S Bekhor, A Polus
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (4), 887-894, 2009
1262009
Interaction between pedestrians and automated vehicles: A Wizard of Oz experiment
MPH Ana Rodríguez Palmeiro, Sander van der Kint, Luuk Vissers, Haneen Farah ...
Transportation Research Part F Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 58, 1005-1020, 0
118*
Evaluation of the effect of cooperative infrastructure-to-vehicle systems on driver behavior
H Farah, HN Koutsopoulos, M Saifuzzaman, R Kölbl, S Fuchs, ...
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 21 (1), 42-56, 2012
982012
Passing behavior on two-lane highways
H Farah, T Toledo
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 13 (6), 355-364, 2010
922010
A passing gap acceptance model for two-lane rural highways
H Farah, S Bekhor, A Polus, T Toledo
Transportmetrica 5 (3), 159-172, 2009
872009
Latent class model for car following behavior
HN Koutsopoulos, H Farah
Transportation research part B: methodological 46 (5), 563-578, 2012
862012
Age and gender differences in overtaking maneuvers on two-lane rural highways
H Farah
Transportation research record 2248 (1), 30-36, 2011
732011
HeartPy: A novel heart rate algorithm for the analysis of noisy signals
P van Gent, H Farah, N van Nes, B van Arem
Transportation Research Part F 66, 368–378, 2019
672019
Do cooperative systems make drivers’ car-following behavior safer?
H Farah, HN Koutsopoulos
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 41, 61-72, 2014
672014
Safety analysis of passing maneuvers using extreme value theory
H Farah, CL Azevedo
IATSS research 41 (1), 12-21, 2017
642017
Can providing feedback on driving behavior and training on parental vigilant care affect male teen drivers and their parents?
H Farah, O Musicant, Y Shimshoni, T Toledo, E Grimberg, H Omer, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 69, 62-70, 2014
622014
Studying pedestrians’ crossing behavior when interacting with automated vehicles using virtual reality
JPN Velasco, H Farah, B van Arem, MP Hagenzieker
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 66, 1-14, 2019
602019
Infrastructure for automated and connected driving: State of the art and future research directions
H Farah, SMJG Erkens, T Alkim, B Arem
Road vehicle automation 4, 187-197, 2018
532018
The first year of driving: Can an in-vehicle data recorder and parental involvement make it safer?
H Farah, O Musicant, Y Shimshoni, T Toledo, E Grimberg, H Omer, ...
Transportation research record 2327 (1), 26-33, 2013
512013
Association of risk proneness in overtaking maneuvers with impaired decision making
H Farah, E Yechiam, S Bekhor, T Toledo, A Polus
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 11 (5), 313-323, 2008
512008
Driving behaviour at motorway ramps and weaving segments based on empirical trajectory data
A van Beinum, H Farah, F Wegman, S Hoogendoorn
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 92, 426-441, 2018
482018
Heart rate analysis for human factors: Development and validation of an open source toolkit for noisy naturalistic heart rate data
P van Gent, H Farah, N Nes, B van Arem
Proceedings of the 6th HUMANIST Conference, 173-178, 2018
472018
The effect of positive and negative emotions on young drivers: A simulator study
A Eherenfreund-Hager, O Taubman–Ben-Ari, T Toledo, H Farah
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 49, 236-243, 2017
452017
A forward collision avoidance algorithm based on driver braking behavior
X Xiong, M Wang, Y Cai, L Chen, H Farah, M Hagenzieker
Accident Analysis & Prevention 129, 30-43, 2019
422019
Further Evaluation of the Relationship between Enhanced Consistency Model and Safety of TwoLane Rural Roads in Israel and Germany
C Mattar-Habib, A Polus, H Farah
European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 8 (4), 2008
422008
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