Psychometric Evaluation of the PSSUQ Using Data from Five Years of Usability Studies

  title={Psychometric Evaluation of the PSSUQ Using Data from Five Years of Usability Studies},
  author={James R. Lewis},
  journal={Int. J. Hum. Comput. Interaction},
Factor analysis of Post Study System Usability Questionnaire (PSSUQ) data from 5 years of usability studies (with a heavy emphasis on speech dictation systems) indicated a 3-factor structure consistent with that initially described 10 years ago: factors for System Usefulness, Information Quality, and Interface Quality. Estimated reliabilities (ranging from .83–.96) were also consistent with earlier estimates. Analyses of variance indicated that variables such as the study, developer, stage of… CONTINUE READING
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