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Below is a listing of recent publications and presentation by Dr. Doherty.  For full details, see Dr. Doherty’s CV.

Recent Articles

Doherty, S. T. and Oh, P. 2012.  A multi-sensor monitoring system of human physiology and daily activities.  Telemedicine and e-Health. 18(3): 185-192 .  

Doherty, S. T.  2012. Exploring Blood Glucose Variation Over Space. Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics 14(3). 

Akar, G., Clifton, K. J., and Doherty, S. T. (in press). Redefining Activity Types: Who participates in which leisure activity?. Transportation Research Part A.

Quinlan-Cutler, S. Carmichael, B., Doherty, S. (2011) Using an immediate approach in researching the tourist experience. In e-Review of Tourism Research, Conference Abstracts. Editors Law, R., Fuchs, M. & Ricci, F.

Doherty, S. T. and Mohammadian, A. 2011.  The Validity of Using Activity Type to Structure Tour-based Scheduling Models. Transportation 38(1): 45-63. 

Akar, G., Clifton, K. J., and Doherty, S. T. 2011. Discretionary Activity Location Choice: In-Home or Out-of Home?  Transportation 38(1): 101-122.   

Quinlan Cutler, S. Carmichael, B., Doherty, S. 2011. Using an immediate approach in researching the tourist experience. In e-Review of Tourism Research, Conference Abstracts. Editors Law, R., Fuchs, M. & Ricci, F.

Huynh, N. T., Doherty, S. and Sharpe, B. 2010. Gender Differences in Sketch Map Creation. Journal of Maps, v2010: 270-288.

Clark, A. F. and Doherty, S. T. 2010. A Multi-instrumented approach to observing the activity rescheduling decision process. Transportation 37(1): pp-pp.

Lee-Gosselin, M., Doherty, S. and Shalaby, A. 2010. Data Collection on Personal Movement using Mobile ICTs: Old Wine in New Bottles? Chapter 1 in Movement-aware applications for sustainable mobility: technologies and approaches, Edited by Monica Wachowicz, pp. 1-14. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Doherty, S. T. 2009. Emerging methods and technologies for tracking physical activity in the built environment. In Transport Survey Methods: Keeping up with a Changing World, Chapter 9. Editors Bonnel, P., M. Lee-Gosselin, J. Zmud and J.-L., pp. 153-190. Bingley, U.K.: Emerald.

Clark, A. and Doherty, S. T. 2009. Examining the Nature and Extent of the Activity-travel Preplanning Decision Process. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2054: 83-92.

Papinski, D., Scott, D., and Doherty, S. T. 2009. Exploring the route choice decision-making process: A comparison of planned and observed routes obtained using person-based GPS. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 12(4): 347-358.

Auld, J., Mohammadian, A., and Doherty, S. T. 2009. Modeling activity conflict resolution strategies using scheduling process data. Transportation Research Part A 43(4): 386–400.

Auld, J., Mohammadian, A., and Doherty, S. T. 2009. Analysis of activity conflict resolution strategies. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2054: 10-19.

Huynh, N. T., Hall, G. B., Doherty, S. T. and Smith, W. W. 2008. Interpreting Urban Space Through Cognitive Map Sketching and Sequence Analysis. The Canadian Geographer 52 (2): 222–240.

Huynh, N. T. and Doherty, S. T. 2007. Digital Sketch Map Drawing as an Instrument to Collect Data about Spatial Cognition. Cartographica 42(4): 285-296.

Doherty, S. T. 2006. Should we abandon activity type analysis? Redefining activities by their salient attributes. Transportation 33(6): 517-536.

Doherty, S. T. and Ettema, D. 2006. Special issue on activity-travel decision processes. Transportation 33(5): 423-427.

Mohammadian, A. and Doherty, S. T. 2006. Modeling Activity Scheduling Time Horizon: Duration of Time between Planning and Execution of Pre-Planned Activities. Transportation Research A: Policy and Practice 40(6): 475-490.

Doherty, S. T. 2005. How far in advance are activities planned? Measurement challenges and analysis. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1926: 41-49. TRB Fred Burggraff award winning paper.

Lee-Gosselin, M., and Doherty, S. T., editors. 2005. Integrated Land Use and Transportation Models: Behavioural Foundations, Oxford: Elsevier. 306 pages.

Roorda, M., Doherty, S. T., and Miller, E. 2005. Operationalizing household activity scheduling models: Addressing assumptions and the use of new sources of behavioural data. In Integrated Land Use and Transportation Models: Behavioural Foundations, Lee-Gosselin, M., and Doherty, S. T (eds.), pp. 61-85. Oxford: Elsevier.

Joh, C. H., Doherty, S. T., and Polak, J. W. 2005. An Analysis of the Factors Affecting the Frequency and Type of Activity Schedule Modification. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1926: 19-25.

Mohammadian, A. and Doherty, S. T. 2005. A Mixed Logit Model of Activity Scheduling Time Horizon incorporating spatial-temporal variables. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1926: 33-40.

Doherty, S. T., Nemeth, E., Roorda, M., and Miller, E. J. 2004. Design and Assessment of the Toronto Area Computerized Household Activity Scheduling Survey. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1894: 140-149.

Doherty, S. T. 2004. Rules for assessing activity scheduling survey respondents’ data quality. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1870: 109-115.

Recent Conference Papers

Quinlan, S., Carmichael, B. and Doherty, S. T. 2012. It is the journey that matters: The Inca trail experience. Paper to be presented at Tourism, Roads, and Cultural Itineraries; Meaning, Memory and Development, Quebec City, June 13-15.

Lemieux, C., Eagles, P., Doherty, S., Slocombe, S., and Elliott, S. 2012. Healthy by Nature: The Health and Well-being Benefits of Park Experiences. Paper presented at the Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, April 1-3, 2012, Otesaga Resort & Conference Center, Cooperstown, NY.

Quinlan, S., Carmichael, B. and Doherty, S. T. 2011. Using an Immediate Approach in Researching the Tourist Experience. Paper presented at eTourism conference: Present and Future Interaction, January 26-28, 2011, Innsbruck, Austria.

Quinlan, S., Doherty, S. T. and Carmichael, B. 2010. Immediacy, photography, and memory: the tourist experience of Machu Pichu. Paper presented at UNESCO World Heritage and Tourism: Managing for the Global and the Local, June 2-4, 2010, Quebec City, Canada.

Akar, G., Clifton, K. J., and Doherty, S. T. 2010. Redefining Daily Activity Types for Inclusion in a Mixed Logit Model of Non-Routine Activity Choice. In the proceedings of the 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 10-14, 2010, Washington D.C.

Auld, J., Mohammadian, A., Doherty, S. T. 2010. Calibration and Validation of Activity Generation Rates For Use in Adapts Scheduling Process Model. In the proceedings of the 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 10-14, 2010, Washington D.C.

Doherty, S. T. 2009. Multisensor Monitoring of Human Activity and Physiology in the Built Environment. Paper presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 11-15, 2009, Washington D.C.

Doherty, S. T. 2008. Emerging methods and technologies for tracking physical activity in the built environment. Resource Paper to be presented at the 8th International Conference on Survey Methods in Transport, France, May 25-31, 2008. 

Clark, A. F. and Doherty, S. T. 2008. Use of GPS to Automatically Track Activity Re-scheduling Decisions. Paper to be presented at the 8th International Conference on Survey Methods in Transport, France, May 25-31, 2008.

Clark, A. and Doherty, S. T. 2008. Examining the Nature and Extent of the Activity-travel Preplanning Decision Process. Paper accepted for presentation at the 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 13-17, 2008, Washington D.C.

Kang, H., Scott, D. and Doherty, S. T. 2008. Priority of joint activities in the household activity scheduling process. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Association of American Geographers, April 15-19, Boston, Massachusetts.

Doherty, S. T. and Mohammadian, A. 2007. The Validity of Using Activity Type to Structure Tour-based Scheduling Models. In the (refereed) CD-ROM conference proceeding of the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 21-25, 2007, Washington D.C.

Lee-Gosselin, M., Doherty, S. T., and Shalaby, A. 2006. Personal Data Collection Using Mobile ICTs: Old Wine in New Bottles? Paper presented at the Second International Specialist Meeting on Information and Communication Technologies, The Netherlands, November 10-11.

Clifton, K. J., Akar, G., and Doherty, S. T. 2006. An Analysis of In-Home and Out-Of-Home Activities and The Influence of Activity Attributes in Activity Location Choice. Paper presented at 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto University, Japan, August 16-20, 2006.

Doherty, S.T., Papinski, D., and Lee-Gosselin, M. 2006. An Internet-based Prompted Recall Diary with Automated GPS Activity-trip Detection: System Design. In the proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 22-26, 2006.

Recent Presentations

Doherty, S. T. 2012. Taking Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) to a new dimension with geographic information. Invited paper to be presented at the 12th Annual Diabetes Technology Meeting, Bethesda Maryland, November 8-10.

Doherty, S. T. 2012. Turning smartphones into medical devices: Activity monitoring, experience sampling, and interactive messaging. Invited presentation, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, University of Sydney, May 7, 2012.

Doherty, S. T. 2011. The past, present, and future of mobile health technologies. Presenter and Panelist, Mobile Health Symposium: Imagine the Possibilities of M-Health Technologies, University of Toronto (Chestnut Conference Centre), Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, Oct 17, 2011.

Doherty, S. T. 2011. Experience Sampling Whilst on the Move. Invited guest presentation, Wilfrid Laurier University, Graduate course in Qualitative Methods, February 1, 2011.

Sun, W., Doran, D., Doherty, S. T., and Goubran, R. 2011. Using Mobile Health Technologies to Support Healthy Aging at Home. Presentation at 40th Annual Scientific and Education Meeting, Canadian Association on Gerontology & 4th Pan American Congress, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, October 21 - 23, Ottawa, Ontario.

Doherty, S. T. 2010. Personal Geographies and Health: Emerging multi-sensor monitoring technologies and applications. Invited presentation at Breaking the Mould: Unconventional Solutions to Planning Problems, University of Waterloo, School of Planning Speaker Series, March 31st, 2010.

Doherty, S. T. 2010. BlackBerry-based Experience Sampling Method. Invited guest presentation, Wilfrid Laurier University, Graduate course in Qualitative Methods, January 20, 2010.

Lucas, S., and Doherty, S. T. 2010. Remotely Identifying and Encouraging Opportunities for Everyday Physical Activity Using Automated Human Activity Tracking Systems. Poster presented at RIM Research Day, December 13, Waterloo, Ontario.

Sadowski, E. and Doherty, S. T. 2010. Exploring the link between Human Activity and Blood Glucose Fluctuation Using a Multi-Sensor Wearable Monitoring System. Poster presentation at the mHealth Summit, November 8-10, 2010, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.

Doherty, S. T., Cwik, L., Goubran, R., Doran, D., Tosine, A. Nguyen, H., Joshi, V., Parush, A. 2010. An Automated Remote Monitoring System of Homecare Client's Nightly and Daily Activity Patterns: System Design and Outputs. Poster presented at 2010 e-Health Conference: From Investment to Impact, May 30 to June 2, Vancouver, Canada.

Sadowski, E. and Doherty, S. T. 2010. Physiological Time Series Analysis: blood glucose and human activity monitoring toward improved patient selfmanagement. Presentation at Advances in Health Informatics Conference (AHIC) 2010: The Realities of eHealth. April 28-30, University of Waterloo, Health Sciences Campus, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

Doherty, S. T. 2009. Healthcare application of Human Activity Tracking Technologies. Invited presentation Dec 2, 2009, to the Chongqing Municipal Science and Technology Commission Visiting Delegation, Paul Martin Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University.

Doherty, S. T. 2009. Tracking and Visualizing Kids’ Movements with GPS & Google Earth. Presentation at Doing Research With Kids: Designs, Dilemmas & Directions 3D Workshop, Thursday, October 22-23, 2009, Bloorview Kids Rehab, Toronto, Canada.

Doherty, S. T. 2008. Multi-sensor Monitoring of Patients’ Daily Life and Physiological Conditions: Emerging Technologies and Applications. Invited Seminar, June 20, 2008, Math and Computer Building, University of Waterloo.

Doherty, S. T. 2008. Remotely monitoring Diabetic Patients Daily Activities. Invited presentation at Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 2008 Diabetes Symposium, Bineman’s Park, Kitchener, Ontario, Mar 5, 2008.

Doherty, S. T. 2007. Tracking Humans: New Technologies and Applications. Invited presentation, Friday Speaker Series “New Thinking and New Ideas”, University of Guelph, October 5, 2007.

Doherty, S. T. 2007. Multi-sensor tracking of Diabetic Patients Daily Life. Invited presentation, Graduate Seminar Series, Wilfrid Laurier University, Kinesiology Department, October 19, 2007.

Doherty, S. T. and Cwik, L. 2007. Multi-sensor Monitoring of Diabetic Patients' Daily Life via Bluetooth Peripheral Devices. Invited presentation at RIM Wireless Enterprise Symposium, May 8-10, 2007, Orlando, Florida.

Doherty, S. T. 2007. Multi-sensor Monitoring of Diabetic Patients’ Daily Life and Physiological Conditions. Invited presentation at the Workshop on Mobility Issues in Spatial Data Infrastructures, June 9th 2007, Halifax, Canada.

Doherty, S. T. 2007. Patient Monitoring Using GPS-enabled Cellphones. Invited presentation at the New Technology Subcommittee at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 21-25.

Doherty, S. T. and Oh, O. 2007. An Automated Monitoring System of Patients’ Daily Life and Physiological Conditions. Poster presented by RIM at Fourth annual Healthcare Unbound Conference & Exhibition: A Visionary Conference & Exhibition on the Convergence of Consumer & Healthcare Technologies, July 16-17, San Francisco, CA.  Click here for poster.

Doherty, S. T. An Internet-based Prompted Recall Diary with Automated GPS Activity-travel Detection: Results of a Pilot Test. Poster presented at the 9th GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference, June 6-8, 2007, Halifax, Canada.

Doherty, S. T. 2007. Automated Monitoring of Diabetic Patients’ Daily Life and Physiological Conditions: A Pilot Study Utilizing Emerging GPS, Accelerometer, and Wireless Communication Technologies. Presentation at Laurier Research Days: Healthy Environment, Healthy You, Wilfrid Laurier University, March 12, 2007.

Doherty, S. T. 2006. Patient Monitoring Using GPS-enabled Cellphones. Invited presentation to the TELUS Ontario Advisory Council, December 6, 2006, MaRS Centre, Toronto.

Doherty, S. T. 2006. Understanding, Monitoring, and Promoting Energy Efficiency Activity-travel Behaviour. Invited issues paper presented at the Canada-UK Workshop on Improving Urban Energy Efficiency (hosted by the British High Commission in Canada), November 19-21, 2006, Toronto.

Doherty, S. T. 2006. Tracking Humans: New Opportunities Using GPS-enabled Cell Phones. Invited presentation at Rotman School of Management, Executive MBA Program, University of Toronto, August 6, 2006.

Doherty, S. T. and Oh, O. 2006. An Automated Monitoring System of Patients’ Daily Life and Physiological Conditions. Poster presented at Connected Health - Empowering Care Through Communications Technologies (3rd Annual Symposium), Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, September 18-19.

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