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Thomas Franke
Thomas Franke
Professor of Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, IMIS, University of Lübeck
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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
4662012
What drives range preferences in electric vehicle users?
T Franke, JF Krems
Transport Policy 30, 56-62, 2013
3272013
Understanding charging behaviour of electric vehicle users
T Franke, JF Krems
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 21, 75-89, 2013
2832013
Understanding the impact of electric vehicle driving experience on range anxiety
N Rauh, T Franke, JF Krems
Human factors 57 (1), 177-187, 2015
2342015
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
2332019
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
2292013
Controlled surface-induced flows from the motion of self-assembled colloidal walkers
CE Sing, L Schmid, MF Schneider, T Franke, A Alexander-Katz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (2), 535-540, 2010
2012010
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
1982014
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
1372011
Evaluating the robustness of repeated measures analyses: The case of small sample sizes and nonnormal data
D Oberfeld, T Franke
Behavior research methods 45 (3), 792-812, 2013
1202013
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
802019
Enhancing sustainability of electric vehicles: A field study approach to understanding user acceptance and behavior
T Franke, F Bühler, P Cocron, I Neumann, JF Krems
Advances in traffic psychology, 2012
772012
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
722010
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
592020
Usage patterns of electric vehicles as a reliable indicator for acceptance? Findings from a German field study
F Bühler, T Franke, JF Krems
Transportation Research Board 90th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2011
592011
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
582015
Adapting to the range of an electric vehicle–the relation of experience to subjectively available mobility resources
T Franke, P Cocron, F Bühler, I Neumann, JF Krems
Proceedings of the European conference on human centred design for …, 2012
572012
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
522016
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
512017
Ecodriving in hybrid electric vehicles–Exploring challenges for user-energy interaction
T Franke, MG Arend, RC McIlroy, NA Stanton
Applied ergonomics 55, 33-45, 2016
512016
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