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Tibor Petzoldt
Tibor Petzoldt
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The German Naturalistic Cycling Study–Comparing cycling speed of riders of different e-bikes and conventional bicycles
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, L Franke-Bartholdt, J Krems, T Gehlert
Safety science 92, 290-297, 2017
2002017
Learning and development of trust, acceptance and the mental model of ACC. A longitudinal on-road study
M Beggiato, M Pereira, T Petzoldt, J Krems
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 35, 75-84, 2015
1622015
On the relationship between pedestrian gap acceptance and time to arrival estimates
T Petzoldt
Accident Analysis & Prevention 72, 127-133, 2014
762014
Traffic conflicts and their contextual factors when riding conventional vs. electric bicycles
T Petzoldt, K Schleinitz, S Heilmann, T Gehlert
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 46, 477-490, 2017
682017
Impact of SARS-CoV-2 on the mobility behaviour in Germany
J Anke, A Francke, LM Schaefer, T Petzoldt
European Transport Research Review 13 (1), 1-13, 2021
552021
Can driver education be improved by computer based training of cognitive skills?
T Petzoldt, T Weiß, T Franke, JF Krems, M Bannert
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 1185-1192, 2013
462013
The effect of cognitive tasks on predicting events in traffic
MRK Baumann, T Petzoldt, C Groenewoud, J Hogema, JF Krems
Proceedings of the European Conference on Human Centred Design for …, 2008
442008
Drivers’ gap acceptance in front of approaching bicycles–Effects of bicycle speed and bicycle type
T Petzoldt, K Schleinitz, JF Krems, T Gehlert
Safety science 92, 283-289, 2017
432017
The influence of speed, cyclists’ age, pedaling frequency, and observer age on observers’ time to arrival judgments of approaching bicycles and e-bikes
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, JF Krems, T Gehlert
Accident Analysis & Prevention 92, 113-121, 2016
432016
Learning effects in the lane change task (LCT)—Evidence from two experimental studies
T Petzoldt, N Bär, C Ihle, JF Krems
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 14 (1), 1-12, 2011
402011
Potential safety effects of a frontal brake light for motor vehicles
T Petzoldt, K Schleinitz, R Banse
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 12 (6), 449-453, 2018
392018
Conflict partners and infrastructure use in safety critical events in cycling–Results from a naturalistic cycling study
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, L Franke-Bartholdt, JF Krems, T Gehlert
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 31, 99-111, 2015
362015
Pedelec-naturalistic cycling study
K Schleinitz, L Franke-Bartholdt, T Petzoldt, S Schwanitz, M Kühn, ...
GDV, 2014
312014
The german pedelec naturalistic cycling study–Study design and first experiences
T Gehlert, M Kühn, K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, S Schwanitz, R Gerike
International Cycling Safety Conference 2012, 2012
312012
Using SHRP 2 naturalistic driving data to assess drivers' speed choice while being engaged in different secondary tasks
T Schneidereit, T Petzoldt, A Keinath, JF Krems
Journal of safety research 62, 33-42, 2017
272017
(E-) Cyclists running the red light–The influence of bicycle type and infrastructure characteristics on red light violations
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, S Kröling, T Gehlert, S Mach
Accident Analysis & Prevention 122, 99-107, 2019
262019
Learning effects in the lane change task (LCT)–Realistic secondary tasks and transfer of learning
T Petzoldt, S Brüggemann, JF Krems
Applied ergonomics 45 (3), 639-646, 2014
262014
Use of adaptive cruise control functions on motorways and urban roads: Changes over time in an on-road study
M Pereira, M Beggiato, T Petzoldt
Applied ergonomics 50, 105-112, 2015
252015
Calibration as side effect? Computer-based learning in driver education and the adequacy of driving-task-related self-assessments
T Weiss, T Petzoldt, M Bannert, J Krems
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 17, 63-74, 2013
252013
How does a lower predictability of lane changes affect performance in the lane change task?
T Petzoldt, JF Krems
Applied ergonomics 45 (4), 1218-1224, 2014
232014
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