Jim Uttley
TitleCited byYear
Using eye-tracking to identify pedestrians’ critical visual tasks, Part 1. Dual task approach
S Fotios, J Uttley, C Cheal, N Hara
Lighting Research & Technology 47 (2), 133-148, 2015
502015
Effect of illuminance and spectrum on peripheral obstacle detection by pedestrians
J Uttley, S Fotios, C Cheal
Lighting Research & Technology 49 (2), 211-227, 2017
322017
Using eye-tracking to identify pedestrians’ critical visual tasks. Part 2. Fixation on pedestrians
S Fotios, J Uttley, B Yang
Lighting Research & Technology 47 (2), 149-160, 2015
302015
Observing other pedestrians: Investigating the typical distance and duration of fixation
S Fotios, B Yang, J Uttley
Lighting Research & Technology 47 (5), 548-564, 2015
252015
Illuminance required to detect a pavement obstacle of critical size
S Fotios, J Uttley
Lighting Research & Technology 50 (3), 390-404, 2018
192018
Cycling promotion schemes and long-term behavioural change: A case study from the University of Sheffield
J Uttley, R Lovelace
Case studies on transport policy 4 (2), 133-142, 2016
142016
Satisfaction and illuminances set with user-controlled lighting
J Uttley, S Fotios, C Cheal
Architectural Science Review 56 (4), 306-314, 2013
142013
The effect of ambient light condition on road traffic collisions involving pedestrians on pedestrian crossings
J Uttley, S Fotios
Accident Analysis & Prevention 108, 189-200, 2017
122017
Critical pedestrian tasks: Using eye-tracking within a dual task paradigm
S Fotios, J Uttley, N Hara
Proceedings of the CIE Centenary Conference “Towards a New Century of Light …, 2013
112013
Evaluation of pedestrian reassurance gained by higher illuminances in residential streets using the day–dark approach
S Fotios, AL Monteiro, J Uttley
Lighting Research & Technology 51 (4), 557-575, 2019
102019
Maintaining foveal fixation during a peripheral detection task
S Fotios, J Uttley, C Cheal
Lighting Research & Technology 48 (7), 898-909, 2016
102016
Using the daylight savings clock change to show ambient light conditions significantly influence active travel
J Uttley, S Fotios
Journal of Environmental Psychology 53, 1-10, 2017
82017
A whole-year approach showing that ambient light level influences walking and cycling
S Fotios, J Uttley, S Fox
Lighting Research & Technology 51 (1), 55-64, 2019
72019
A pilot study of road lighting, cycle lighting and obstacle detection
S Fotios, H Qasem, C Cheal, J Uttley
Lighting Research & Technology 49 (5), 586-602, 2017
72017
The transition between lit and unlit sections of road and detection of driving hazards after dark
S Fotios, C Cheal, S Fox, J Uttley
Lighting Research & Technology 51 (2), 243-261, 2019
62019
Exploring the nature of visual fixations on other pedestrians
S Fotios, J Uttley, S Fox
Lighting Research & Technology 50 (4), 511-521, 2018
62018
Illuminance Reconstruction of Road Lighting in Urban Areas for Efficient and Healthy Lighting Performance Evaluation
Q Yao, H Wang, J Uttley, X Zhuang
Applied Sciences 8 (9), 1646, 2018
42018
Power Analysis, Sample Size, and Assessment of Statistical Assumptions—Improving the Evidential Value of Lighting Research
J Uttley
Leukos 15 (2-3), 143-162, 2019
32019
Investigating pedestrians' crossing behaviour during car deceleration using wireless head mounted display: an application towards the evaluation of eHMI of automated vehicles
YM Lee, J Uttley, A Solernou, O Giles, R Romano, G Markkula, N Merat
Proceedings of the Tenth International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in …, 2019
32019
The effect of fog on detection of driving hazards after dark
S Fotios, C Cheal, S Fox, J Uttley
Lighting Research & Technology 50 (7), 1024-1044, 2018
32018
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