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Tatjana Zimasa
Research Associate



  • University of Huddersfield
    BSc Psychology
  • University of York
    MSc Cognitive neuroscience
  • University of Leeds
    PhD Traffic psychology


  • University of Leeds
    Research assistant, Institute for transport studies
  • Hochschule Rhein Waal
    Research fellow, Department of Society and Economy
  • University of York
    Research associate, Department of Psychology



Selected publications

  1. Goldbach, C., Sickmann, J., Pitz, T., Zimasa, T. (2021). Towards autonomous public transportation: Attitudes and intentions of the local population. Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, DOI:10.1016/j.trip.2021.100504
  2. Zimasa, T., Jamson, S., Henson, B. (2019). The influence of driver’s mood on car following and glance behaviour: using cognitive load as an intervention. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour, volume 66, Pages 87-100.
  3. Zimasa, T., Jamson, S., Henson, B., Tomlinson, A., Donkor, R., &Skrypchuk, L. (2018, March). The Effect of Mood Valence and Arousal on Car Following; Evidence from Driving Behaviour and Eye Tracking. In KEER2018, Go Green with Emotion. 7thInternational Conference on Kansei Engineering & Emotion Research 2018, 19-22March 2018, Kuching, Malaysia (No. 146, pp. 199-212). Linköping UniversityElectronic Press
  4. Burakova. D., Gorbunova. D.,Anisimov I.A., Ertman S.A., and Zimasa T. (2018) "Logistic Audit of Transport and Supply Chain"(2018): Adaptive traffic control system as a means of implementing the principles of city logistic.
  5. Zimasa, T., Jamson, S., & Henson, B. (2017). Are happy drivers safer drivers? Evidence from hazard response times and eye tracking data. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour,46, 14-23

Contact details

Tatjana Zimasa
Research Associate
Department of Psychology
University of York
Room PS/C/217

Tel: 01904 322902