Ben D. Harper

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The Questionnaire for User Interaction Satisfaction (QUIS) was created to gauge the satisfaction aspect of software usability in a standard, reliable, and valid way. The QUIS was first implemented as a standard paper and pencil form using a nine point Likert scale (Chin, Diehl, & Norman, 1988). Several computer based versions of this questionnaire have been(More)
The Questionnaire for User Interaction Satisfaction(QUIS) is a usability testing tool designed to gauge computer user's subjective satisfaction with the computer interface. The QUIS contains a demographic questionnaire, an overall measure of satisfaction, and measures of user satisfaction in four specific interface aspects (screen factors, terminology and(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this paper was to synthesize the findings of qualitative studies examining the experience of individuals with mental health difficulties attending mindfulness-based interventions. METHOD A meta-synthesis of 15 qualitative studies was carried out, using a thematic synthesis approach. RESULTS The meta-synthesis identified eight(More)
This investigation compared responses from paper and on-line formats of the Questionnaire for User Interaction Satisfaction (QUIS 5.5), a tool for assessing users' subjective satisfaction with specific aspects of the human/computer interface. The majority of studies assessing equivalence between computerized and paper forms of tests have found no(More)
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