Asserting Real-Time Emotions through Cued-Recall: Is it Valid?

  title={Asserting Real-Time Emotions through Cued-Recall: Is it Valid?},
  author={Anders Bruun and Effie Lai-Chong Law and Matthias Martin Heintz and Poul Svante Eriksen},
Asserting emotions through free-recall is commonly used to evaluate user experience (UX) of interactive systems. From psychology we know that free-recall of emotions leads to a significant memory bias where participants rely on a few of the most intense episodes when asserting an overall experience. It is argued that cued-recall can reduce the memory bias in UX evaluations. Yet, this has not been studied empirically. We present a systematic empirical study based on 38 participants. We measured… CONTINUE READING

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