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Older adults’ acceptance of fully automated vehicles: Effects of exposure, driving style, age, and driving conditions
S Haghzare, JL Campos, K Bak, A Mihailidis
Accident Analysis & Prevention 150, 105919, 2021
222021
Advanced vehicle technologies and road safety: A scoping review of the evidence
AD Furlan, T Kajaks, M Tiong, M Lavallière, JL Campos, J Babineau, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 147, 105741, 2020
172020
The impact of advanced vehicle technologies on older driver safety: a scoping review of subjective outcomes
A Furlan, B Vrkljan, HH Abbas, J Babineau, J Campos, S Haghzare, ...
Adjunct Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2018
62018
Artificial intelligence education programs for health care professionals: Scoping review
R Charow, T Jeyakumar, S Younus, E Dolatabadi, M Salhia, ...
JMIR medical education 7 (4), e31043, 2021
42021
Factors influencing older adults' acceptance of fully automated vehicles
S Haghzare, K Bak, J Campos, A Mihailidis
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2019
42019
Identifying the Factors Influencing Older Adults' Perceptions of Fully Automated Vehicles
S Haghzare, J Campos, A Mihailidis
Adjunct Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2018
32018
Can automated vehicles be useful to persons living with dementia? The perspectives of care partners of people living with dementia
S Haghzare, G Delfi, E Stasiulis, H Mohamud, E Dove, MJ Rapoport, ...
The Gerontologist 62 (7), 1050-1062, 2022
22022
Towards A Framework of Detecting Mode Confusion in Automated Driving: Examples of Data from Older Drivers
S Haghzare, J Campos, A Mihailidis
12th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive …, 2020
22020
Classifying Older Drivers’ Gaze Behaviour during Automated versus Non-Automated Driving: A Preliminary Step towards Detecting Mode Confusion
S Haghzare, JL Campos, A Mihailidis
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, 1-14, 2022
2022
Automated Vehicles for People With Dementia: A “Tremendous Potential” That “Has Ways to go”―Reports of a Qualitative Study
S Haghzare, E Stasiulis, G Delfi, H Mohamud, MJ Rapoport, G Naglie, ...
The Gerontologist, 2022
2022
Adapting Automated Vehicles as Assistive Technologies for Older Adults through Intelligent Features
S Haghzare
University of Toronto, 2022
2022
Automated vehicles as a tool to extend the safe driving of people with dementia: Family caregivers’ perspectives
S Haghzare, G Delfi, H Mohamud, E Stasiulis, M Rapoport, G Naglie, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 17, e055677, 2021
2021
The influence of cognitive ability on older adults’ ability to take over driving control from an automated vehicle
S Haghzare, JL Campos, G Delfi, E Stasiulis, M Rapoport, G Naglie, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 17, e054341, 2021
2021
Automated Vehicles as Assistive Technologies: An outline of the promises and challenges of using automated vehicles to extend the safe driving of older adults with dementia
S HAGHZARE, JL CAMPOS, A MIHAILIDIS
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