How habits interfere with norm-directed behaviour: A normative decision-making model for travel mode choice

@inproceedings{Klckner2004HowHI,
  title={How habits interfere with norm-directed behaviour: A normative decision-making model for travel mode choice},
  author={Christian A. Kl{\"o}ckner and E. Peter Matthies},
  year={2004}
}
This paper deals with the question how habits can be integrated into a model of normative decision-making based on the work of Schwartz and Howard (1981). A field study was conducted in Bochum, Germany, involving 160 participants. After a personal interview the participant had to protocol the travel mode choice on their trips to work in a logbook for the period of 4 weeks. The data illustrates that on the trip to work there is no direct effect of car-choice habits on travel mode choice… CONTINUE READING
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