Refereed Journal Publications
[in brackets – number of citations according to Google Scholar,  21/10/12]

 
E. Avineri, J.N. Prashker and A. Ceder (2000), Transportation projects selection process using fuzzy sets theory, Fuzzy Sets and Systems 116(1), 35-48. [49]
E. Avineri and J.N. Prashker (2003), Sensitivity to uncertainty: The need for a paradigm shift, Transportation Research Record 1854, 90-98. [109]
E. Avineri and J.N. Prashker (2004), Violations of expected utility theory in route-choice stated preferences: The certainty effect and inflating of small probabilities. Transportation Research Record 1894, 222-229. [59]
E. Avineri (2004), A cumulative prospect theory approach to passengers behavior modeling: waiting time paradox revisited. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems 8(4), 195-204. [32]
E. Avineri and J.N. Prashker (2005), Sensitivity to travel time variability: travelers’ learning perspective. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 13(2), 157-183. [62]
E. Avineri and J.N. Prashker (2006), The impact of travel time information on travelers’ learning under uncertainty. Transportation 33(4), 393-408. [69]
E. Avineri (2006), The effect of reference point on stochastic network equilibrium. Transportation Science 40(4), 409-420. [40]
E. Avineri (2007), Exploring and implementing theories of experiential learning cycle in the teaching of transport planning. CEBE Transactions, Journal of the Centre for Education in the Built Environment 4(1), 18-39.
P. Chase and E. Avineri (2008), Maximising motorway capacity through hard shoulder running: UK perspective. The Open Transportation Journal 2, 7-18. [2]
E. Avineri and P.H.L. Bovy (2008), Identification of parameters for prospect theory model for travel choice analysis. Transportation Research Record 2082, 141-147. [23]
E. Avineri and C.G. Chorus (2010), Recent developments in prospect theory-based travel behavior Research. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research (EJTIR) 10(4), 293-298. [3]
Y. Sunitiyoso, E. Avineri and K. Chatterjee (2011), On the potential of social interaction and social learning in modelling travellers' change of behaviour under uncertainty. Transportmetrica 7(1), 5-30. [2]
A. Nikitas, E. Avineri and G. Parkhurst (2011), Looking into older people's attitudes to road charging: are they distinctive and what are the implications for policy intervention? Transportation Planning and Technology, 34 (1), 87-108.
Y. Sunitiyoso, E. Avineri and K. Chatterjee (2011), The effect of social interactions on travel behaviour: an exploratory study using a laboratory experiment. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 45(4), 332-344. [4]
E. Avineri, D. Shinar and Y.O. Susilo (2012), Pedestrians’ behaviour in cross walks: The effects of fear of falling and age. Accident Analysis and Prevention 44(1), 30-34. [2]
E. Avineri (2012), On the use and potential of behavioural economics from the perspective of transport and climate change. Journal of Transport Geography 24, 512-521. [4]
C.B.A. Musselwhite, E. Avineri, Y.O. Susilo and D. Bhattachary (online version published in 2011), Public attitudes towards motorcyclists’ safety: A qualitative study from the United Kingdom. Accidents Analysis and Prevention 49, 105-113 [1]
C. Bartle, E. Avineri and K. Chatterjee (2013), Online information-sharing: A qualitative analysis of community, trust and social influence amongst commuter cyclists. Forthcoming in Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 16 (1), 60-72
 
In Press
E. Avineri and E.O.D. Waygood, Applying valence framing to enhance the effect of information on transport-related carbon dioxide emissions. Forthcoming in a Special Issue on "The Psychology of Sustainable Mobility", edited by T. Gehlert, K. Dziekan and T. Garling. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. [2]