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2013-03-01Accommodating perceptual conditioning in the valuation of expected travel time savings for cars and public transportLi, Z; Hensher, DA; Rose, JM
2013-03-01Accommodating risk in the valuation of expected travel time savingsHensher, DA; Li, Z; Rose, JM
2011-01-01Accounting for Preference and Scale Heterogeneity in Establishing Whether it Matters Who is Interviewed to Reveal Household Automobile Purchase PreferencesHensher, DA; Beck, MJ; Rose, JM
2012-01-01The accuracy of proxy responses in a stated choice setting: A re-examination and some controversial conclusionsBeck, MJ; Rose, JM; Hensher, DA
2011-12-01Allocation decisions and patient preferences in emergency medicineArendts, G; Howard, K; Rose, JM
2019-09-01Are Healthcare Choices Predictable? The Impact of Discrete Choice Experiment Designs and Modelsde Bekker-Grob, EW; Swait, JD; Kassahun, HT; Bliemer, MCJ; Jonker, MF; Veldwijk, J; Cong, K; Rose, JM; Donkers, B
2012-01-01Are there specific design elements of choice experiments and types of people that influence choice response certainty?Hensher, DA; Rose, JM; Beck, MJ
2012-09-01Attribute exclusion strategies in airline choice: Accounting for exogenous information on decision maker processing strategies in models of discrete choiceRose, JM; Hensher, DA; Greene, WH; Washington, SP
2014-01-01Bayesian imputation of non-chosen attribute values in revealed preference surveysWashington, S; Ravulaparthy, S; Rose, JM; Hensher, D; Pendyala, R
2011-05-01Behavioural responses to vehicle emissions chargingBeck, MJ; Rose, JM; Hensher, DA
2016-04-01The best of times and the worst of times: A new best-worst measure of attitudes toward public transport experiencesBeck, MJ; Rose, JM
2012-03-30Can scale and coefficient heterogeneity be separated in random coefficients models?Hess, S; Rose, JM
2016-07-01Can you ever be certain? Reducing hypothetical bias in stated choice experiments via respondent reported choice certaintyBeck, MJ; Fifer, S; Rose, JM
2013-01-01Choice modelling with search and sort data from an interactive choice experimentCollins, AT; Hess, S; Rose, JM
2013-01-01Choosing Public Transport-Incorporating Richer Behavioural Elements in Modal Choice ModelsHensher, DA; Rose, JM; Leong, W; Tirachini, A; Li, Z
2013-12-01A closer look at decision and analyst error by including nonlinearities in discrete choice models: Implications on willingness-to-pay estimates derived from discrete choice data in healthcareDe Bekker-Grob, EW; Rose, JM; Bliemer, MCJ
2015-01-01Community preferences for the allocation of donor organs for transplantation: A discrete choice studyHoward, K; Jan, S; Rose, JM; Wong, G; Irving, M; Tong, A; Craig, JC; Chadban, S; Allen, RD; Cass, A
2011-06-01A comparative investigation of the effects of the design dimensions of choice experiments on car commuters route choice behaviour and valuation of time in Taiwan and AustraliaHensher, DA; Jou, RC; Rose, JM; Li, Z; Huang, GL
2013-12-01Confidence intervals of willingness-to-pay for random coefficient logit modelsBliemer, MCJ; Rose, JM
2013-01-01Consistently inconsistent: The role of certainty, acceptability and scale in choiceBeck, MJ; Rose, JM; Hensher, DA