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Sonja Haustein
Sonja Haustein
Senior Researcher, DTU Management
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Attitude based target groups to reduce the ecological impact of daily mobility behavior
S Hunecke, M., Haustein, S., Böhler, S., Grischkat
Environment & Behavior 42, 3-43, 2010
2552010
Psychological, sociodemographic, and infrastructural factors as determinants of ecological impact caused by mobility behavior
M Hunecke, S Haustein, S Grischkat, S Böhler
Journal of Environmental Psychology 27 (4), 277-292, 2007
2442007
Reduced Use of Environmentally Friendly Modes of Transportation Caused by Perceived Mobility Necessities: An Extension of the Theory of Planned Behavior
S Haustein, M Hunecke
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 37 (8), 1856-1883, 2007
2162007
Encouraging environmentally sustainable holiday travel
S Böhler, S Grischkat, S Haustein, M Hunecke
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 40 (8), 652-670, 2006
1802006
Car use of young adults: The role of travel socialization
S Haustein, CA Klöckner, A Blöbaum
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 12 (2), 168-178, 2009
1782009
Mobility behavior of the elderly: an attitude-based segmentation approach for a heterogeneous target group
S Haustein
Transportation 39 (6), 1079-1103, 2012
1442012
On sceptics and enthusiasts: What are the expectations towards self-driving cars?
TAS Nielsen, S Haustein
Transport Policy 66, 49-55, 2018
1372018
Factors of electric vehicle adoption: A comparison of conventional and electric car users based on an extended theory of planned behavior
S Haustein, AF Jensen
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 12 (7), 484-496, 2018
1302018
Peer influence on speeding behaviour among male drivers aged 18 and 28
M Møller, S Haustein
Accident Analysis & Prevention 64, 92-99, 2014
1212014
Baby boomers’ mobility patterns and preferences: What are the implications for future transport?
A Siren, S Haustein
Transport Policy 29, 136-144, 2013
1022013
Identifying target groups for environmentally sustainable transport: assessment of different segmentation approaches
S Haustein, M Hunecke
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5 (2), 197–204, 2013
932013
Accounting for the Theory of Planned Behaviour in departure time choice
M Thorhauge, S Haustein, E Cherchi
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 38, 94-105, 2016
912016
European mobility cultures: A survey-based cluster analysis across 28 European countries
S Haustein, TAS Nielsen
Journal of Transport Geography 54, 173-180, 2016
902016
E-bike safety: Individual-level factors and incident characteristics
S Haustein, M Møller
Journal of Transport & Health 3 (3), 386-394, 2016
822016
Older people's mobility: Segments, factors, trends
S Haustein, A Siren
Transport Reviews 35 (4), 466-487, 2015
822015
Age and attitude: Changes in cycling patterns of different e-bike user segments
S Haustein, M Møller
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 10 (9), 836-846, 2016
792016
Seniors’ unmet mobility needs–how important is a driving licence?
S Haustein, A Siren
Journal of Transport Geography 41, 45-52, 2014
622014
How do baby boomers' mobility patterns change with retirement?
A Siren, S Haustein
Ageing and Society 36 (5), 988, 2016
602016
Driving licences and medical screening in old age: Review of literature and European licensing policies
A Siren, S Haustein
Journal of Transport & Health 2 (1), 68-78, 2015
602015
Factors contributing to young moped rider accidents in Denmark
M Møller, S Haustein
Accident Analysis & Prevention 87, 1-7, 2016
442016
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