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T. Turrentine, M. Lee-gosselin, K. Kurani, and D. Sperling, A study of adaptative and optimizing behavior for electric vehicles based on interactive simulation games and revealed behavior of electric vehicle owners, paper at the 6th WCTR, Lyon Contributors Bruno Faivre d'Arcier is a research director at the French National Research Institute on Transport and its Safety (INRETS), dept. of Economy and Sociology Applied to Transport. His main fields of research are urban transport planning processes, public policies assessment methods and travel behaviour analysis. Charles Raux is a senior research engineer at CNRS-LET (Laboratoire d'Economie des Transports) His main fields of research are urban transport analysis and modelling, financing and pricing urban transportation, 1992.