Shabnam Haghzare
Shabnam Haghzare
PhD Candidate, University of Toronto
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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
62021
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
52018
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
32019
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
22020
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
22018
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, ...
2021 Alzheimer's Association International Conference, 2021
2021
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
2020
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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