Neale Kinnear
Neale Kinnear
Head of Behavioural Science, TRL
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The role of instrumental, hedonic and symbolic attributes in the intention to adopt electric vehicles
G Schuitema, J Anable, S Skippon, N Kinnear
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 48, 39-49, 2013
A review of consumer preferences of and interactions with electric vehicle charging infrastructure
S Hardman, A Jenn, G Tal, J Axsen, G Beard, N Daina, E Figenbaum, ...
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 62, 508-523, 2018
How experience of use influences mass-market drivers’ willingness to consider a battery electric vehicle: A randomised controlled trial
SM Skippon, N Kinnear, L Lloyd, J Stannard
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 92, 26-42, 2016
Conditions for speeding behaviour: A comparison of car drivers and powered two wheeled riders
PS Broughton, R Fuller, S Stradling, M Gormley, N Kinnear, C O’dolan, ...
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 12 (5), 417-427, 2009
Understanding how drivers learn to anticipate risk on the road: A laboratory experiment of affective anticipation of road hazards
N Kinnear, SW Kelly, S Stradling, J Thomson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 1025-1033, 2013
What do consumers think of smart charging? Perceptions among actual and potential plug-in electric vehicle adopters in the United Kingdom
E Delmonte, N Kinnear, B Jenkins, S Skippon
Energy Research & Social Science 60, 101318, 2020
The conditions for inappropriate high speed: A review of the research literature from 1995 to 2006
R Fuller, H Bates, M Gormley, B Hannigan, S Stradling, P Broughton, ...
Transport, 1-96, 2008
Impact of speed change on estimated journey time: Failure of drivers to appreciate relevance of initial speed
R Fuller, M Gormley, S Stradling, P Broughton, N Kinnear, C O’Dolan, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (1), 10-14, 2009
Who will adopt electric vehicles?: A segmentation approach of UK consumers
J Anable, S Skippon, G Schuitema, N Kinnear
European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 2011
An experimental study of factors associated with driver frustration and overtaking intentions
N Kinnear, S Helman, C Wallbank, G Grayson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 79, 221-230, 2015
Understanding inappropriate high speed: a qualitative analysis
R Fuller, B Hannigan, H Bates, M Gormley, S Stradling, P Broughton, ...
London: Department For Transport. Erişim adresi: https://webarchi ve …, 2008
Do we really drive by the seats of our pants
N Kinnear, S Stradling, C McVey
Driver behaviour and training 3, 349-365, 2008
Interacting with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay when driving: The effect on driver performance
R Ramnath, N Kinnear, S Chowdhury, T Hyatt
IAM RoadSmart Published Project Report PPR948, 2020
Novice drivers-evidence review and evaluation
N Kinnear, L Lloyd, S Helman, P Husband, J Scoons, S Jones, S Stradling, ...
Novice drivers-evidence review and evaluation 1 (1), 1-178, 2013
Inappropriate high speed: who does it and why
R Fuller, H Bates, M Gormley, B Hannigan, S Stradling, P Broughton, ...
Behavioural Research in Road Safety: Sixteenth Seminar, 70-84, 2006
The battle for attention: Driver distraction–a review of recent research and knowledge
N Kinnear, A Stevens
Driving as You Feel: A Psychological Investigation of the Novice Driver Problem.
NAD Kinnear
Updating risk allostasis theory to better understand behavioural adaptation
NAD Kinnear, S Helman
Behavioural adaptation and road safety, 87-110, 2013
Understanding inappropriate high speed: A quantitative analysis
S Stradling, P Broughton, N Kinnear, C O’Dolan, R Fuller, H Bates, ...
Road Safety Research Report, 2008
Changes in self-reported driving intentions and attitudes while learning to drive in Great Britain
S Helman, NAD Kinnear, FP McKenna, RE Allsop, MS Horswill
Accident Analysis & Prevention 59, 425-431, 2013
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