Sonia Adelé

Sonia Adelé
Université Gustave Eiffel · Génie des Réseaux de Transports Terrestres et Informatique Avancée (GRETTIA)

PhD in Psychology and Ergonomics

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Publications (30)
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SNCF Transilien is a major operator of Paris suburban trains, which witnessed an increase by 30% of its daily passengers over the last decade. Congestion arising from such a growth has added every year more pressure and more complexity to the operations of the transportation system. In this paper, we present a three-step method to comprehend and to...
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Information is at the heart of the smooth running of a public transport network and the satisfaction of its users, particularly in disrupted situations. Information is a central element for users to continue to use this mode contributing to sustainable mobility and even attracting new users. Therefore, it is essential to understand how travellers u...
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The subway context is a risky environment. Hundreds of individual incidents occur every year in this environment, entailing a safety issue for subway companies and safety organisations. This review deals with individual incidents at the platform–train–tracks interface (PT2I) with a particular focus on accidents and precursor analysis and on prevent...
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Aim This paper explores the real practices of users of a smart carpooling application that learns their mobility habits and predicts their future trips to propose relevant matches. Method A combination of usage data and interviews analysis allows us to explore the commuter experience from registration to the first and the next shared rides. Findi...
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Without public support, the deployment of Automated Vehicles (AVs) is doomed to failure. Therefore, their acceptability has been widely studied. On the basis of a systematic literature review of 113 empirical studies, the present paper studies the influence of the modes of contact with the AV (no explanation provided, written or pictorial descripti...
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This communication is intended to shed light on the use of information resources and the mobilization of time by regular travelers when taking the Parisian public transport. In this study, traveler activity is collected by triangulation methods. It makes it possible to analyze the uses of the information resources in relation to the functions that...
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Little research has examined the behavior of public transport users in response to a service disruption that has just occurred. This article aims to identify the different ways in which suburban train passengers cope with service interruptions or delays and to identify the factors involved in their decision-making process. We conducted a study mixi...
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Le projet IVA (Information Voyageurs Augmentée) s’intéresse notamment à l’impact de l’information voyageurs sur le comportement des usagers réguliers des transports en commun franciliens en situation de perturbation inopinée. Dans ce cadre, nous avons réalisé une étude pilote visant à tester la faisabilité (acquisition de données en situation réell...
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Cet article synthétise les travaux réalisés dans le cadre du projet MIC qui porte sur la simulation du système de transport multimodal en intégrant un modèle de comportement des voyageurs en situation perturbée.
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This article fosters the understanding of passenger behaviours following a research conducted within three commuter rail lines of Paris. As a starting point, semi-structured interviews with passengers outlined the behavioural key-drivers. The consolidated corpus has then been analyzed through several steps by combining two methods: a manual themati...
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Phénomène actuel, la mobilité collaborative pose de nombreuses questions liées à son intégration dans les pratiques de mobilité des individus. L'ergonomie contribue à la conception et à l'évaluation des services de mobilité collaborative par deux voies, illustrées dans cet article : étudier la mobilité actuelle ou les modalités d'usage des services...
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L'étude présentée s'intéresse à la manière dont les usagers des transports en commun perçoivent et gèrent leurs déplacements en situation normale et perturbée. Elle s'inscrit dans le cadre d'un projet de recherche partenarial impliquant l'IFSTTAR, SystemX et SNCF. 28 entretiens semi-directifs ont été menés auprès d'usagers divers (pendulaires, occa...
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Research on technology adoption has distinguished several models of the human relationship with technology as refusal or rejection, acceptance (Davis, 1985, 1989, etc) and symbiosis (Licklider, 1960; Brangier and Hammes-Adelé, 2011; etc). These models refer to the way that humans shape their cognitions and their interactions with technology; define...
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Les tendances actuelles semblent réunies pour permettre l'émergence de nouveaux services de mobilité. D'un côté, les technologies évoluent, deviennent mobiles, instantanées, couvrent de nouveaux usages. De l'autre, le panorama économique voit l'émergence de l'économie du partage et de la fonctionnalité. Enfin, l'urbanisation progresse. D'une façon...
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Research on technology adoption has distinguished several models of the human relationship with technology as refusal or rejection, acceptance (Davis, 1985, 1989, etc) and symbiosis (Licklider, 1960; Brangier and Hammes-Adelé, 2011; etc). These models refer to the way that humans shape their cognitions and their interactions with technology; define...
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Technology adoption research has distinguished several models of human-technology relationships such as resistance or rejection, acceptance (Davis, 1985) and technosymbiosis (Licklider, 1960; Brangier & Hammes, 2006, 2007, 2011), the latter considers human-technology relationships through the ideas of co-evolution, capabilities extension and mutual...
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La plupart des recherches qui étudient la relation humain-technologie la considèrent comme un phénomène linéaire ou stable dans le temps. A partir des résultats d’un questionnaire complétés par des verbalisations sur un échantillon de 60 personnes, nous étudions l’évolution temporelle de la relation humain-technologie sous la forme de rejet, accept...
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Il semble clair que, plus que jamais, les technologies transforment notre monde et notre être. Aussi, étudier les technologies et la manière dont les humains tissent leur relation avec elles devient un moyen de comprendre l'homme d'aujourd'hui. Cette relation a la technologie est si forte, si prégnante et intense qu'elle devient une variable déterm...
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This research focuses on gender differences in percieved relationship with technology in particular for professional use. It aims to show at which levels the differences between men and women are focused, using the theory of technosymbiosis to highlight gender differences. With a questionnaire, 155 workers of half of both genders were asked through...
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This chapter forms part of an area of research on the Human-Technology-Organisation relationship. This research has emphasised the emergence of closely linked, intense and symbiotic forms of activity in workplaces and at home. Despite the relevance of the « Technology Acceptance Model », the use of technology doesn’t always depend on « perceived us...
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This research focuses on gender differences in perceived relationship with technology in particular for professional use. It aims to show at which levels the differences between men and women are focused, using the theory of technosymbiosis to highlight gender differences'. With a questionnaire, 155 workers of half of both genders were asked about...
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Les recherches qui se sont penchées sur la relation humain-technologie-organisation relèvent le plus souvent du concept d'acceptation (Davis, 1986). Notre proposition se base sur la théorie de la symbiose initiée par Licklider (1960). Elle envisage la relation humain-technologie au travers des idées de coévolution, d'extension des capacités et de d...
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This article proposes a criticism of the concept of technology acceptance. Starting from a distinction between operational and social acceptance, the authors present an overview of the concepts and notions associated to the paradigm of technology acceptance. Then, they criticize the paradigm and propose the idea that human and technologies are conn...
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This article presents the notion of symbiosis and how it changes the principles of conception and evaluation to insure the acceptance of technology. It is important to understand these new symbiotic technologies, in particular how they introduce new types of interaction and suggest new principles for human-computer interaction ergonomy. We first pr...
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A SYMBIOTIC APPROACH TO THE HUMAN-TECHNOLOGY RELATIONSHIP This article presents the notion of symbiosis and how it changes the principles of conception and evaluation to insure the acceptance of technology. It is important to understand these new symbiotic technologies, in particular how they introduce new types of interaction and suggest new princ...
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This article aims to reconstruct research relating to the development of a measurement scale for the man-technology-organization relationship. The authors first discuss various theoretical models for technology acceptance: the technology acceptance model, user’s satisfaction theory, expectancy disconfirmation theory, and then suggest that the man-t...
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This article concerns the creation and validation of a questionnaire about human-technology-organisation symbiosis level using a sample of 172 persons, about their use of new technologies. This questionnaire has been devised following symbiosis’ model by Brangier [2, 3]. The interest of this study is, on the one hand, to corroborate Brangier’s mode...

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Identifying and analysing best practices at both national and international levels in order to enhance users' perception of risks at the Interface between Platform, Train and Tracks (PT2I) in the subway, and to prevent the occurence of incidents and accidents at the PT2I
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Understand and model travellers’ behaviours against traffic information in order to identify the most appropriate scenarios in case of disruption.
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Describe and understand the behavior of suburban trains users : - identify behavioral profiles - validate the impact of determinants