Behavioral geography

 

 

Andan, O., atalon, B. and Reichman, S. (1983). Mobility behavior and urban structure: an empirical study. In J. Golob and A. Ruhl (Eds.), Transport and Social Well-Being, (pp. 132-148). The Hague : Introductory Papers, Ministry of  Transport.

 

Bovy, P., and Stern, E. (1990). Route Choice: Wayfinding in Transportation Networks. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

 

Feitelson, E. (1992). Consumer preferences and willingness to pay for water-related residences in non-urban settings: A vignette analysis. Regional Studies, 26, 49-68. 

 

Leiser, D., and Stern, E. (1989). Determinants of subjective time estimates in simulated urban driving. Transportation Research A, 22(3), 175-182. 

 

Reichman, S. (1973). Subjective time saving in inter-urban travel, an empirical study. Highway Research Record (HRR), 446, 21-27.

 

Reichman, S. (1974). Alternative behavioral approaches to value of time models with implications for non-traders. In Behavioral Travel Demand Modeling and Valuation of Travel Time, (pp. 173-179). Transportation Research Board (TRB) Special Report 149.

 

Reichman, S. (1976). Travel adjustments and life styles, a behavioral approach. In P.R. Stopher and A.H. Meyburg (Eds.), Behavioral Travel Demand Modeling, (pp. 143-152). Heath: Lexington.

 

Reichman, S. (1976). Conceptual Problems in evaluation of travel time. TRR, 587, 24-29.

 

Reichman, S., and Stopher, P.R. (1976). Applications of value of travel time to travel demand estimation. TRR, 587, 6-11.

 

Reichman, S. and Gerson, R. (1976). Uniqueness and generality in Israeli Geography. In D.H.K. Amiran and Y. Ben-Arieh (Eds.), Geography in Israel, (pp. 24-35). Jerusalem.

 

Reichman, S. (1977). Instrumental and life-style aspects of urban travel. TRR, 649, 38-42.

 

Reichman, S. (1978). The human factor in travel behavior: implications for research methodology. In Mobility in Urban Life, (pp. 175-181). Paris: Institut de Recherche des Transports.

 

Stern, E. (1980). Public attitude to an innovative regional transit system. International Technical Cooperation Centre Review, 9(2), 54-62. 

 

Stern, E. (1980). A cognitive scalar for the public transport connection matrix. The Professional Geographer, 32(3), 326-334. 

 

Stern, E. (1982). Bus services in rural areas: A consumer's evaluation. Environment and Behavior, 14(1), 94-112. 

 

Stern, E. (1982). Absorption correlates of relocated households. Urban Ecology, 7, 239-253. 

 

Stern, E. (1983). Are geography students more spatially oriented than others? The South African Geographer, 11(2), 149-160. 

 

Stern, E. (1988). The behavioral approach in geography and its use in urban travel research. Horizons in Geography, 23-24, 89-112.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E., and Krakover, S. (1993). The formation of a composite urban image. Geographical Analysis, 25(2), 130-146. 

 

Stern, E., (1999). Reactions to Congestion Under Time Pressure. Transportation Research C, 7, 75-90.

 

Stern, E., Salomon, I. And Bovy, P. (eds.)(2002). Travel Behavior Spatial Patterns, Congestion and Modeling. Cheltenham: Eward Elgar Publishing Co.

 

Stern, E., (2002). Behavioral Thresholds of Commuters under Congestion. in Stern, E.,  Salomon, I. And Bovy, P. (eds.), Travel Behavior Spatial Patterns, Congestion and Modeling, (pp.218-232). Cheltenham: Eward Elgar Publishing Co.  (in Press).

 

Stern, E., Stern-Sinuani, Z., Sfaradi, Z., and Holm, E., (2002). The Effect of Information on Commuters Behavior: A Comparative Micro-Simulation Approach. in Stough, R., Higani, Y., Button, K., and Nijkamp, P. (eds.), Transport and Information Systems. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Co.