Tamar Ben-Bassat
Tamar Ben-Bassat
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Economic and subjective measures of the perceived value of aesthetics and usability
T Ben-Bassat, J Meyer, N Tractinsky
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 13 (2), 210-234, 2006
2212006
Ergonomic guidelines for traffic sign design increase sign comprehension
T Ben-Bassat, D Shinar
Human factors 48 (1), 182-195, 2006
1362006
Effect of shoulder width, guardrail and roadway geometry on driver perception and behavior
T Ben-Bassat, D Shinar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (6), 2142-2152, 2011
1252011
The effect of context and drivers’ age on highway traffic signs comprehension
T Ben-Bassat, D Shinar
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 33, 117-127, 2015
372015
The effect of a road safety educational program for kindergarten children on their parents’ behavior and knowledge
T Ben-Bassat, S Avnieli
Accident Analysis & Prevention 95, 78-85, 2016
262016
The effect of context and ergonomic design of traffic signs on driver comprehension–a preliminary evaluation
T Ben-Bassat
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 57 (1 …, 2013
72013
Are ergonomically designed road signs more easily learned?
T Ben-Bassat
Applied ergonomics 78, 137-147, 2019
42019
Expert evaluation of traffic signs: conventional vs. alternative designs
T Ben-Bassat, D Shinar, R Almqvist, JK Caird, RE Dewar, E Lehtonen, ...
Ergonomics 62 (6), 734-747, 2019
22019
The influence of sign variations on drivers’ comprehension
T Ben-Bassat, D Shinar
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 62 (1 …, 2018
12018
Using monetary incentives and auctions to elicit user preferences between usability and aesthetics
TA Ben-Bassat, J Meyer, N Tractinsky
CHI'04 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1569-1569, 2004
12004
Ergonomic design improves cross-cultural road sign comprehension
T Ben-Bassat, D Shinar, JK Caird, RE Dewar, E Lehtonen, M Sinclair, ...
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 78, 267-279, 2021
2021
" Are ergonomically designed road signs more easily learned?"(vol 78, pg 137, 2019)
T Ben-Bassat
APPLIED ERGONOMICS 83, 2020
2020
Corrigendum to" Are ergonomically designed road signs more easily learned?"[Appl. Ergon. 78C (2019) 137-147].
T Ben-Bassat
Applied ergonomics 83, 102984-102984, 2019
2019
Developing Methods for Increased Use Rates of Booster Seat as a Means of Reducing Children's Traffic Injuries.
T Ben-Bassat, D Shinar
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