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Attitudes and concerns on automated vehicles

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Attitudes and concerns on automated vehicles. / Liljamo, Timo; Liimatainen, Heikki; Pöllänen, Markus.

julkaisussa: TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART F: TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR, Vuosikerta 59A, Nro November, 04.09.2018, s. 24-44.

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Harvard

Liljamo, T, Liimatainen, H & Pöllänen, M 2018, 'Attitudes and concerns on automated vehicles', TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART F: TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR, Vuosikerta. 59A, Nro November, Sivut 24-44. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2018.08.010

APA

Liljamo, T., Liimatainen, H., & Pöllänen, M. (2018). Attitudes and concerns on automated vehicles. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART F: TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR, 59A(November), 24-44. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2018.08.010

Vancouver

Liljamo T, Liimatainen H, Pöllänen M. Attitudes and concerns on automated vehicles. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART F: TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR. 2018 syys 4;59A(November):24-44. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2018.08.010

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Liljamo, Timo ; Liimatainen, Heikki ; Pöllänen, Markus. / Attitudes and concerns on automated vehicles. Julkaisussa: TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART F: TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR. 2018 ; Vuosikerta 59A, Nro November. Sivut 24-44.

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