Investigation of Taxi Driver Response Behavior to Ride-Hailing Requests

People who use a ride-hailing service might wonder what tussled enliven the minds of the automobile drivers—the drivers who choose to pick them up, and the drivers who choose not to. This study tries to solve some of that mystery: “An Empirical Investigation of Taxi Driver Response Behavior to Ride-Hailing Requests: A Spatio-Temporal Perspective,” Ke […]

Influence of personality and fatalistic belief on South African taxi driver behaviour

  Are you one of those who believes that, when it comes to South African taxi drivers, road accidents are pre-destined, and not as a result of individual’s driving behaviour? If so, your beliefs could be erroneous – according to the results of a newly published study undertaken by Dr. Bright Mahembe (University of the […]

Ig Nobel Prize winner Chris Frith lecturing at Harvard this week

The long-named Harvard Mind/Brain/Body Interfaculty Initiative announces: MBB 2013 Distinguished Lecture Series Uta Frith and Chris Frith (University College London) Uta Frith – Autism: The First Fifty Years Wednesday, April 24th, 5:15 p.m., Science Center Hall D Chris Frith – How the Brain Creates Culture Thursday, April 25th, 5 p.m., Science Center Hall D BACKGROUND: Chris Frith, […]