Thomas Franke
Thomas Franke
Professor of Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, IMIS, University of Lübeck
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A personal resource for technology interaction: development and validation of the affinity for technology interaction (ATI) scale
T Franke, C Attig, D Wessel
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 35 (6), 456-467, 2019
Experiencing range in an electric vehicle: Understanding psychological barriers
T Franke, I Neumann, F Bühler, P Cocron, JF Krems
Applied Psychology 61 (3), 368-391, 2012
What drives range preferences in electric vehicle users?
T Franke, JF Krems
Transport Policy 30, 56-62, 2013
Understanding charging behaviour of electric vehicle users
T Franke, JF Krems
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 21, 75-89, 2013
Understanding the impact of electric vehicle driving experience on range anxiety
N Rauh, T Franke, JF Krems
Human factors 57 (1), 177-187, 2015
Interacting with limited mobility resources: Psychological range levels in electric vehicle use
T Franke, JF Krems
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 48, 109-122, 2013
Is EV experience related to EV acceptance? Results from a German field study
F Bühler, P Cocron, I Neumann, T Franke, JF Krems
Transportation Research Part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 25, 34-49, 2014
Abandonment of personal quantification: A review and empirical study investigating reasons for wearable activity tracking attrition
C Attig, T Franke
Computers in Human Behavior 102, 223-237, 2020
Methods of evaluating electric vehicles from a user's perspective–the MINI E field trial in Berlin
P Cocron, F Bühler, I Neumann, T Franke, JF Krems, M Schwalm, ...
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 5 (2), 127-133, 2011
I track, therefore I walk–Exploring the motivational costs of wearing activity trackers in actual users
C Attig, T Franke
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 127, 211-224, 2019
Enhancing sustainability of electric vehicles: A field study approach to understanding user acceptance and behaviour
T Franke, F Bühler, P Cocron, I Neumann, JF Krems
Advances in traffic psychology, 295-306, 2019
Barriers to and facilitators for using nutrition apps: systematic review and conceptual framework
LM König, C Attig, T Franke, B Renner
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 9 (6), e20037, 2021
Does range matter? Exploring perceptions of electric vehicles with and without a range extender among potential early adopters in Germany
T Schneidereit, T Franke, M Günther, JF Krems
Energy Research & Social Science 8, 198-206, 2015
Electric vehicles as a solution for green driving in the future? A field study examining the user acceptance of electric vehicles
I Neumann, P Cocron, T Franke, JF Krems
Proceedings of the European conference on human interface design for …, 2010
Does this range suit me? Range satisfaction of battery electric vehicle users
T Franke, M Günther, M Trantow, JF Krems
Applied ergonomics 65, 191-199, 2017
System latency guidelines then and now–is zero latency really considered necessary?
C Attig, N Rauh, T Franke, JF Krems
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics: Cognition and Design: 14th …, 2017
Which factors can protect against range stress in everyday usage of battery electric vehicles? Toward enhancing sustainability of electric mobility systems
T Franke, N Rauh, M Günther, M Trantow, JF Krems
Human Factors 58 (1), 13-26, 2016
Assessing personality differences in human-technology interaction: an overview of key self-report scales to predict successful interaction
C Attig, D Wessel, T Franke
HCI International 2017–Posters' Extended Abstracts: 19th International …, 2017
ATI-S-an Ultra-Short scale for assessing affinity for technology interaction in user studies
D Wessel, C Attig, T Franke
Proceedings of Mensch und Computer 2019, 147-154, 2019
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
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