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General Papers

WTP for strawberries: A study of the choice overload paradox in food products.
Daniel E Chavez, Marco A Palma
A New Generalized Heterogeneous Data Model (GHDM) to Jointly Model Mixed Types of Dependent Variables
Chandra R Bhat
Response Error in HB Choice Models
Keith Chrzan
The investment location choices of multinational enterprises: an application of the Latent Class Random Parameters model
Simona Rasciute
Does Travel-based Multitasking Influence Commute Mode Choice? An Investigation of Northern California Commuters
Aliaksandr Malokin, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Giovanni Circella
Modeling two-destination choice with GPS data in the context of non-work trip chains
Arthur Huang, David Levinson
Effects of task complexity and time pressure on (activity-travel) choice behavior: new models and empirical evidence
Chao Chen, Caspar Chorus, Eric Molin, Bert van Wee
The next step in random regret modelling: New insights, new models, new empirical results
Sander Van Cranenburgh, Cristian Angelo Guevara, Caspar G. Chorus
Integrated Choice and Latent Variable Models: Holy Grail, or Not?
Akshay Vij, Joan L. Walker
Impulsivity and task complexity in a latent variable choice model applied to environmental valuation
Petr Mariel, Jürgen Meyerhoff
Flexible mixture-amount and mixture-process variable models for choice data
Aiste Ruseckaite, Dennis Fok, Peter Goos
The Impact of Salient Missing Information and Evaluation Mode in Multidimensional Choices
Ann Wallin, Leonard V. Coote
Fully Non-Parametric Discrete Mixture Models for Choice Analysis
Akshay Vij
Incorporating a budget constraint into discrete choice experiments
John Rose
The Effect of Choice Set Misspecification on Welfare Measures in Random Utility Models
Vic Adamowicz
Around and beyond the cheap talk script in Choice Experiments
Roberta Raffaelli, Sandra Notaro
Investigating Bagging Predictors Method in Multinomial Logit Model
Milad Ghasri
Empirical Analysis of Hypothetical Bias in Stated Preference Experiments
Li Tang, Xia Luo, Yang Cheng, Fei Yang, Bin Ran
Triggers of behavioral change
Konstadinos Goulias, Jae Hyun Lee, Adam Wilkinson Davis
MODEL-ROBUST DESIGNS FOR EFFICIENTLY CAPTURING CONSUMERS' CHOICE BEHAVIOR
Deniz Akinc, Martina Vandebroek
A Novel Dual-Choice Experiment in the Evaluation of Air Traveler Itinerary and Seat Preferences
Jeff Keller, Daniel Weinstein
Modes of deciding effort invested in the illegal bushmeat trade in the Kilombero Valley, Tanzania: Maximizing utility or minimizing regret?
Martin Reinhardt Nielsen, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Bo Jellesmark Thorsen
Goals constrain choices: the role of goals in choice set formation
Flavio Freire Souza, Joffre Swait, Jr., Christine Eckert
Modelling travellers’ choice between park-and-ride and other modes of travel to work in the context of uncertainty
Ying Huang, Brett Smith, John Taplin, Doina Olaru
An analysis of the impact of screen size on stated choice behavior for credit card applications
Jeffrey Dumont
Train commuters’ scheduling preferences: evidence from a large-scale reward experiment in the Netherlands
Stefanie Peer, Jasper Knockaert, Erik Verhoef
Are Preferences Inherent or Constructed? Examining the Degree of Context Sensitivity on Preference Heterogeneity
Elisabeth Huynh, Joffre Swait
Disentangling the Status Quo and Zero Price Effect in Stated Choice Experiments
Ulf Liebe, Jürgen Meyerhoff, Andreas Kontoleon
Back to the source: modelling information sources acquisition and use for travel choice with a revealed-preference study
Severine Marechal
Preferences for policy options for deceased organ donation for transplantation
Kirsten Howard, Stephen Jan, John M Rose, Germaine Wong, Jonathan C Craig, Michelle Irving, Allison Tong, Steven Chadban, Richard Allen, Alan Cass
Does Prelec Bayesian Truth Serum prevent Social Desirability Bias in Choice Experiments?
Luisa Menapace, Roberta Raffaelli
The influence of time of day on decision fatigue in stated choice experiments
Søren Bøye Olsen
A Longitudinal Investigation of Residential Location: Fuzzy Logic-Based Choice Set Generation and Panel Location Choice Models
Mahmudur Rahman Fatmi, Muhammad Ahsanul Habib, Subeh Chowdhury
Willingness to Pay-Inference in the Absence of Rejected Propositions
Caspar Chorus
Do varying attributes in a DCE form a context influencing people’s WTP?
Priska Johanna Weller, Julian Sagebiel, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Jürgen Meyerhoff
Detection and Measurement of Latent and Manifest Heterogeneity of Familiarity, Perceptions, and Attractiveness of Places Using Multilevel Analysis
Konstadinos Goulias, Jae Hyun Lee, Kate Deutsch-Burgner, Adam Wilkinson Davis, Fang Wu
Enabling the use of cross-nested logit for very large problems through indirect inference
Stephane Hess, Andrew Daly, Mark Bradley, Maren Outwater
The Influence of Anchoring on Value of Time Estimation in Stated Preference Experiments
Mark Bradley, Stephane Hess, Tom Adler, Mark Fowler
Measuring Attribute Non-Attendance in Stated Choice Experiments using statements, inference and eye-tracking – Does presentation format matter?
Søren Bøye Olsen, Kennet Uggeldahl, Catrine Jacobsen, Thomas Hedemark Lundhede
Decomposing the Utility of Alternatives from Mental Representations of Decisions: Bridging Choice Experiments and Means-End Chain Elicitation
Benedict G.C. Dellaert, Theo A. Arentze, Oliver Horeni, Harry J.P. Timmermans
Does using a different decision rule of discrete choice change the dependence structure between discrete decision and continuous outcome?
Behzad Karimi, Noosheen Nazari, Mahmoud Javanmardi, Kouros Mohammadian
Statistical versus response efficiency – the non-neutrality of the choice of an underlying experimental design
Juergen Meyerhoff, Søren Bøye Olsen
Uncertainty in Choice Experiments: Will Eye-Tracking provide useful measures?
Kennet Uggeldahl, Catrine Jacobsen, Thomas Lundhede, Søren Bøye Olsen
Disentangling the Influence of Knowledge on Preferences and Processing Strategies
Erlend Dancke Sandorf, Danny Campbell, Nick Hanley
Feature Trade-offs in Choices among Alternative Vehicle Powertrains
Thomas J Adler, Jeff Keller, William C Neafsey, Daniel Weinstein
Introducing Non-Normality of Latent Psychological Constructs in Choice Modeling with an Application to Bicyclist Route Choice
Chandra R Bhat, Subodh Dubey, Kai Nagel
Incorporating a Multiple Discrete-Continuous Outcome in the Generalized Heterogeneous Data Model: Application to Residential Self-Selection Effects Analysis in an Activity Time-use Behavior Model
Chandra R Bhat, Sebastian Astroza, Subodh Dubey
An Integrated Latent Construct Modeling Framework for Predicting Physical Activity Engagement and Health Outcomes
Megan Hoklas, Subodh Dubey, Chandra R Bhat, Venu M Garikapati, Ram M Pendyala, Dae Hyun You
The use of heuristic optimization algorithms to facilitate maximum simulated likelihood estimation of random parameter logit models
Arne Risa Hole, Hong Il Yoo
Using Choice Modelling for Inferring Latent Spatial Demand: Estimation of a Market Demand Model for the Mobile Consumer
Ari Pramono, Harmen Oppewal
The role of dynamic needs in tourists’ activity choice: design and results of a stated choice experiment
Theo Arentze, Astrid Kemperman, Petr Aksenov
Revisiting the Route Choice Problem: A Multi-Level Modeling Framework for Route Choice Analysis
Evanthia Kazagli, Michel Bierlaire
Modeling Choice Reversal Due to the Decoy Effect
Mitsuyoshi Fukushi, Cristian Angelo Guevara
Investigating alternative non-attendance and other decision processing strategies in food choice
Ole Bonnichsen, Danny Campbell, Morten Raun Mørkbak, Søren Bøye Olsen
EXTENDING ICLV MODELS BY ACCOUNTING FOR ENDOGENEITY AND COUNTERFACTUAL THINKING
George Chryssochoidis
A new method for preference elicitation: a comparison of trio-wise and best-worst scaling
Seda Erdem, Danny Campbell
Assessing the impact of opt-out definitions in stated choice experiments - A case study on food safety
Danny Campbell, Morten Raun Mørkbak, Søren Bøye Olsen
INCORPORATING SOCIAL MEDIA DATA IN TRAVEL CHOICE MODELS: CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK AND EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS
Ying Chen, Andreas Frei, Hani S Mahmassani
Inter-person or intra-person variation: the value of multi-day data in modeling travel behavior decisions
Kathleen Elizabeth Deutsch-Burgner
Behavioral Change Monitoring; Experiment with Electric Bicycles
Nikoleta Krousouloudi
A Bayesian approach to sampling of alternatives
Thijs Dekker
The use of Firth penalized-likelihood estimates for individual-level discrete choice modeling and market segmentation
Roselinde Kessels, Bradley Jones, Peter Goos
Are we standard or non-standard expected utility maximizers? Discrete mixture models of choice over food-safety policies with risky outcomes
Simone Cerroni, Sandra Notaro, Roberta Raffaelli
Testing Random Utility Using Falmagne's Conditions Directly
William James McCausland
A Recursive Logit Model for Routing Policy Choice
Jing Ding-Mastera, Tien Mai, Song Gao, Emma Frejinger
Mixed Logit Specifications for Testing Preference Stability: A Four-Wave Panel Analysis
Leonard Coote, Towhidul Islam, Jordan Louviere, Thomas Magor
The Temporal Transferability of Mixed Logit Mode-Destination Choice Models
James Fox, Stephane Hess, Andrew Daly
A Two-Stage Choice Model for Daily Activity Patterns with Dynamic Choice Sets
Siyu Li, Francisco Camara Pereira, Der-Horng Lee, Moshe Ben-Akiva
Comparing regret minimization and utility maximization for route choice using the recursive logit model
Tien Mai, Emma Frejinger, Fabian Bastin
A Hybrid Choice Model for Alternative Fuel Vehicle Purchase
Ioannis Tsouros, Athena Tsirimpa
Power and The Illusion of Control: Do Individual’s Correctly Anticipate How Much Influence They Have Within a Household Choice?
Matthew John Beck, John Mathew Rose
Aggregation Bias in Discrete Choice Models with an Application to Household Vehicle Choice
David Brownstone, David S Bunch, Timothy Wong
Does the place of residence affect land use preferences? – Evidence from a discrete choice experiment in Germany
Julian Sagebiel
An Integrated Choice and Latent Variable Model quantifying the Impact of Physical Activity Propensity, Environmental and Safety Consciousness on Mode-to-School Choice Behavior
Maria Kamargianni, Subodh Dubey, Chandra Bhat, Amalia Polydoropoulou
Accounting for spatial-social influence in environmental management decisions and endogeneity in a panel discrete choice model
Habtamu Tilahun Kassahun, Bo Jellesmark Thorsen, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen
Modelling the impact of multi-buy promotions on alcohol purchasing behaviour: a comparison of estimation and implementation of sample selection models and the multiple discrete-continuous extreme value (MCDEV) model
Daly Andrew, Stephane Hess, Hui Lu, Charlene Rohr
A Simultaneous Model of Intensity of Activity Opportunities on Supply Side and Destination & Departure Time-of-Day Choices on Demand Side
Rajesh Paleti, Naveen Eluru, Hsi-Hwa Hu, Guoxiong Huang
Allowing Heterogeneity in the Sensitivity to Exogenous Variables in the Multiple Discrete-Continuous Probit Model
Sebastian Astroza, Chandra R Bhat
A unified theory of experimental design for stated choice studies
John Rose, Michiel Bliemer
Assessing the Accuracy of Market Structure Models
Spring Sampson, Cam Rungie, Leonard Coote
Social Networks and Trip Behavior in Insular Areas- A Latent Class Model Application
IOANNA KOUROUNIOTI, Amalia Polydoropoulou, Athena Tsirimpa
The Multiple Dimensions of Activity Participation: How Are the Choices Related?
Venu M Garikapati, Dae Hyun You, Sebastian Astroza, Ram M Pendyala, Chandra R. Bhat
Imputing Socioeconomic Attributes for Movement Data by Analysing Patterns of Visited Places and Google Places Database: Bridging between Big Data and Behavioural Analysis
Jacek Pawlak, Alireza Zolfaghari, John Polak
A Discrete-Continuous Choice Model with Perfect and Imperfect Substitutes
Abdul Pinjari, Vijayaraghavan Sivaraman
Eliciting Preference Heterogeneity in Willingness to Pay Space with Post Estimation Clustering
Laura-Lucia Richter, Melvyn Weeks
Empirical comparison of the Construction of Confidence Intervals for willingness-to-pay
Esther Chiew, Ricardo A. Daziano
Uncovering Complexity-Induced Status Quo Effects in Discrete Choice Experiments for Environmental Valuation
Malte Oehlmann, Priska Weller, Jürgen Meyerhoff
Subjective versus Objective Outcome Uncertainty in Discrete Choice Experiments: Implications for Modeling and Questionnaire Design
Christos Makriyannis, Robert John Johnston
Response to Hurricane Track Forecast Cones: an examination of map attributes that trigger risk perceptions and evacuation intentions
Ricardo A Daziano, Yutaka Motoaki, Clifford Scherer, Jonathon Schuldt, Gina Eosco, Laura Rickard
A dynamic discrete choice approach for static discrete choice models
Tien Anh Mai
Stated Preference Modelling of Intra-Household Decisions: Can You Approximate the Bargaining Space?
Matthew John Beck, John Mathew Rose
Long-term average utility in dynamic discrete choice models
Oskar Blom Västberg, Anders Karlström
Modeling choice when price is a cue for quality: A case study on Chinese wine preferences
David Esteban Palma, Juan de Dios Ortúzar, Luis Ignacio Rizzi, Cristian Angelo Guevara, Gerard Casaubon, Huiqin Ma
Salient attributes in choice experiments
Davide Contu, Elisabetta Strazzera
Relationships between the online and in-store shopping frequency of Davis, California residents: A copula-linked bivariate ordinal response model
Ipek N. Sener, Richard J. Lee, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Susan L. Handy