Retrospective think aloud

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Retrospective think aloud protocol is a technique used in usability, and eye tracking in particular, to gather qualitative information on the user intents and reasoning during a test. It's a form of think aloud protocol performed after the user testing session activities, instead of during them. Fairly often the retrospective protocol is stimulated by using a visual reminder such as a video replay. In writing studies, the visual reminder may be the writing produced during the think-aloud session.

References[edit]

  • "The Validity of the Stimulated Retrospective Think-Aloud Method as Measured by Eye Tracking".
  • "Using Retrospective Think Aloud With Eye Tracking Usability Testing".