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General Papers

Selecting a study sample for discrete choice experiments: the effect of psychological distance
Jorien Veldwijk, Karin Groothuis-Oudshoorn, Ulrik Kihlbom, Sophie Langenskiold, Evelien Dekker, Frank Kallenberg, Ardine de Wit, Mattijs Lambooij
A Goal-Based Analysis of Travel Behaviour Dynamics: Are Intrapersonal Changes in Latent Modal Preferences Associated with Shifts in Personal Goals?
Rico Krueger, Taha Hossein Rashidi, Akshay Vij
Analysis of Daily Activity-Travel Pattern Focusing on Inter- and Intra-Personal Heterogeneity
Lei GONG, Toshiyuki Yamamoto, Ryo Kanamori
Making choice set formation practicable through direct elicitation of availability and choice
Habtamu Tilahun Kassahun, Joffre Swait
How to influence the public acceptance of road pricing? The Trondheim experiment
Farideh Ramjerdi, Jasper Knockaert
A Query Approach to Modeling Attendance to Attributes in Choice Experiments
Nathan Paul Kemper, Jennie Popp, Rodolfo M Nayga, Jr
Subjective Beliefs about the Willingness to Pay for Travel Time Savings
Vinayak V Dixit, Neeraj Saxena, Rico Krueger, Taha H. Rashidi
Optimal design of discrete choice experiments with partial profiles and a no-choice option
Roselinde Kessels, Daniel Palhazi Cuervo
Agency in health care: who preferences count in Intensive Care Unit referrals?
Nicolas Krucien
Do attitudes cause behavior or vice versa? An alternative conceptualization of the attitude-behavior relationship in choice modeling
Maarten Kroesen
Changes in the value of travel time over the years - a multi-year and multi-country comparison
Marco Kouwenhoven, Maria Börjesson, Gerard de Jong, Andrew Daly
Value of travel time as a function of comfort
Gerard de Jong, Marco Kouwenhoven
What makes you happy? The role of intrinsic motivation on health workers’ decisions to stay in rural areas
Ayako Honda, Nicolas Krucien, Mandy Ryan
Stated Preference Design for Exploring Demand for “Mobility as a Service” Plans
Melinda Matyas, Maria Kamargianni
Assessing the Performance of Berkson-Theil Method on Multiple Choice Sets and Aggregated Choice Data
Weibo Li, Maria Kamargianni, Philip Krammer, Lynnette Dray, Andreas Schafer
Estimating the preferences for ecosystem services and plantation characteristics: the case of private investments in Mozambique
Anna-Kaisa Kosenius, Maja Bleyer, Matleena Kniivilä, Paula Horne
Can we apply Serious Gaming as an alternative to Stated Preference Experiments? – A Freight Modelling Case Study
IOANNA KOUROUNIOTI, Lóránt Tavasszy
The changing views of health promotion amoung HIV-infected pregnant women in South Africa before and after delivery: A choice experiment
Hae-Young Kim, Colleen Hanrahan, David Dowdy, Jonathan Golub, Neil Martinson, John Bridges