Publications

Journal papers and book chapters

Haddad, H. and de Nazelle (In Press). The role of personal air pollution sensors and smartphone technology in changing travel behaviour. Journal of Transport & Health.


Musselwhite, C.B.A. and Haddad, H. (In press). Older people’s travel and mobility needs. A reflection of a hierarchical model 10 years on. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults.


Musselwhite, C.B.A. and Haddad, H. (2017). Older Driver Needs and Issues: Using Grounded Theory to Elicit the Driving Needs of Older People. In Musselwhite, C.B.A. (ed.) Transport, Travel and Later Life: Transport and Sustainability Series, Volume 11. Emerald Publishing Limited. Chapter 8, 161-169.


Musselwhite, C.B.A. and Haddad, H. (2017). The travel needs of older people and what happens when people give-up driving. In Musselwhite, C.B.A. (ed.) Transport, Travel and Later Life: Transport and Sustainability Series, Volume 11. Emerald Publishing Limited. Chapter 4, 93-115.


Musselwhite, C. B. A. and Haddad, H. (2010). Exploring older drivers’ perceptions of driving. European Journal of Ageing, 7 (3), 181-188.


Musselwhite, C. B. A. and Haddad, H. (2010). Mobility, accessibility and quality of later life. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 11, 25-37.


Gatersleben, B. and Haddad, H. (2010). Who is the typical bicyclist?  Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 13, 41-48.


Haddad, H., Lyons, G. and Chatterjee, K. (2009). An examination of determinants influencing the desire for and frequency of part-day and whole-day homeworking. Journal of Transport Geography, 17, 124-133.


Lyons, G. and Haddad, H. (2008). Commute displacement or commute replacement: the rise of part-day homeworking. Transportation Research Record, 2082, 1-7.


Lyons, G., Farag, S. and Haddad, H. (2008). The substitution of communications for travel? In Ison, S. and Rye, T. (Eds). The Implementation and Effectiveness of Transport Demand Management Measures: An International Perspective, Ashgate, Chapter 11, 211-23

Peer reviewed conferences and presentations

Haddad, H. and de Nazelle (2018). From pigeons to people: The role of personal air pollution sensors and smartphone technology in changing travel behaviour. 4th Annual Centre for Behaviour Change Conference - Behaviour Change for Health: Digital & Beyond, University College London, February. 


Haddad, H. and de Nazelle (2018). From pigeons to people: The role of personal air pollution sensors and smartphone technology in changing travel behaviour. UTSG 50th Annual Conference 2018, University College London, January.


Musselwhite, C.B.A. and Haddad, H. (2018). Older people’s travel and mobility needs. A reflection of a hierarchical model 10 years on. UTSG 50th Annual Conference 2018, University College London, January.


Haddad, H. and de Nazelle (2017). From pigeons to people: Engaging the public to improve health by use of sensor and smartphone technology. 4th British Environmental Psychology Society Conference 2017, University College London, June.


Haddad, H., Morton, T. and Rabinovich, A. (2012). The roles of ‘tone of voice’ and uncertainty when communicating climate change information. Planet Under Pressure 2012 Conference, Excel London, March.


Haddad, H., Morton, T. and Rabinovich, A. (2011). How best to communicate climate change? Similarities and differences in the perspectives of climate scientists and professional communicators. 2nd One-Day Research Student Conference: Human Behaviour and Climate Change. School of Psychology, Cardiff University, September.


Haddad, H., Morton, T. and Rabinovich, A. (2011). The roles of ‘tone of voice’ and uncertainty when communicating climate change information. British Psychological Society Social Section Conference, 2011, Cambridge, September.


Haddad, H. (2009). Flexible working practices – the case of part-day homeworking. FUTURES: Transport in Cities conference. London Transport Museum, May.


Musselwhite, C. B. A. and Haddad, H. (2009). Using Grounded Theory to Elicit the Driving Needs of Older People. Invited paper at the International Conference on Inclusive Design Royal College of Art, London, April.


Musselwhite, C. B. A., Haddad, H. and Walker, I. (2008). Self-Identity, Impression Management and Travel Mode Choice. 4th International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology, Washington D.C, August-September.


Haddad, H. and Lyons, G. (2008). An exploration of demographic, work, home and commute aspects of part-day and whole-day homeworking. Invited paper presented at Third International Specialist Meeting on ICT, Everyday Life and Urban Change, Bristol, March.


Musselwhite, C. and Haddad, H. (2008). Travel and well-being. Travel independence and car dependence: An exploration of older drivers travel and driving needs. British Society of Gerontology Conference, Bristol, UK, September 2008.


Lyons, G. and Haddad, H. (2008). Commute displacement or commute replacement: the rise of part-day homeworking. Paper presented at the 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C, January.


Musselwhite, C. B. A. and Haddad, H. (2008). A Grounded Theory exploration into the driving and travel needs of older people. Proc. 40th Universities Transport Study Group Conference, University of Southampton, Portsmouth, January.


Musselwhite, C. B. A. and Haddad, H. (2007). Putting your Foot Down. Invited to present at the Older People on the Move Workshop, University of Reading, September.


Musselwhite, C. B. A. and Haddad, H. (2006). Prolonging safer driving through technology: user views. Invited to present at the Transport for Older People Workshop, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, October.


Lyons, G., Haddad, H. and Jones, T. (2006). Introducing Consideration of Varied-Spatiotemporal Workers to the Study of Teleworking, paper presented at the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto, August.

Other

Member of Women in Transport (2018-)


Reviewer for Journals: 

Journal of Health & Transport

Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice

Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour


Invited seminar as part of the Sustainable Futures Seminar Series, Department of Geography and Environmental Management, University of the West of England, January 2018.


Supported MSc students in how to conduct interview research, and have second marked MSc theses (2017-18).


Volunteered at the Imperial Science Festival (2017).


Haddad, H. (2014). Dynamics of Communicating Climate Change Information: Using mixed methods to examine the perspectives of scientists, communicators and publics. (PhD thesis), University of Exeter.   


Selected to attend the Bergen Summer Research School (BSRS) on Global Development Challenges, hosted by the University of Bergen, Norway. Secured funding (for course fees and accommodation) from the University of Bergen. 20th June – 1st July 2011.


Haddad, H. (2010). Dynamics of Communicating Climate Change Information. Sport, Leisure and Tourism Capacity Building Cluster Showcase, University of Exeter, June.


Postgraduate representative on the Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) for Psychology at the University of Exeter, Academic Year 2009-10.


Awarded ESRC CASE funded PhD studentship (in collaboration with the Met Office). 


Lyons G, Dudley G, Goodwin P, Clegg S, and Haddad H. (2010). TDP Demonstrations Project Report: Road Users, Department for Transport, London.


Haddad, H. (2009). Teleworking – trends in and causes of location independent work. Centre for Transport & Society Seminar, University of the West of England, Bristol, February.


Lyons, G. and Haddad, H. (2009). Fragmenting the working day – a look into the rise of part-day homeworking.  17 May, HR Review.


Musselwhite, C. B. A. and Haddad, H. (2007). Prolonging the Safe Driving of Older People through Technology. Final report, October 2007. Centre for Transport & Society, University of the West of England, Bristol.


Invited to take part in an EPSRC-led public engagement event with older people on ‘Accessibility in Transport and Street Design’ as part of National Science week, February 2009.


Invited paper to the Third International Specialist Meeting on ICT, Everyday Life and Urban Change. March 2008.


Occasional lecturer Transport Planning MSc, University of the West of England, 2006-09.


Haddad, H. (2005). Cycling stereotypes and identity. MSc dissertation, University of Surrey.