Author: B. Rajaonah

Ph.D in Cognitive Psychology

Research engineer at the LAMIH (French acronym for the Laboratory of Industrial and Human Automation, Mechanics and Computers) - University of Valenciennes, France. Topics : Human-Machine cooperation; Decision-making in process control; Impact of human factors such as trust on human-machine system performance


Publication period start: 2003
Number of co-authors: 9


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Nicolas Tricot
Fabrice Vienne
Françoise Anceaux

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Fabrice Vienne
Françoise Anceaux
Patrick Millot


Rajaonah, B., Tricot, Nicolas, Anceaux, Françoise, Millot, Patrick (2008): The role of intervening variables in driver-ACC cooperation. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 66 (3) pp. 185-197.

Rajaonah, B., Anceaux, Françoise, Vienne, Fabrice (2006): Trust and the use of adaptive cruise control: a study of a cut-in situation. In Cognition, Work & Technology, 8 (0) pp. 146-155.

Rajaonah, B., Anceaux, Françoise, Vienne, Fabrice (2006): Study of driver trust during cooperation with Adaptive Cruise Control. In Le Travail Humain, 69 (2) pp. 99-127.

Rajaonah, B., Tricot, N., Pacaux, M.-P., Anceaux, F., Popieul, J.-C. (2003): Towards the design of an advanced cooperative system: Adaptive Cruise Control. In: Stephanidis, Constantine (eds.) Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction June 22-27, 2003, Crete, Greece. pp. 1198-1202.

Rajaonah, B., Anceaux, Françoise, Tricot, Nicolas, Pacaux-Lemoine, Marie-Pierre (2006). Trust, cognitive control, and control: the case of drivers using an auto-adaptive cruise c. Retrieved 2007-11-01 00:00:00 from