Think-aloud protocol (or thinking aloud; also talk-aloud protocol) is a protocol used to gather data in usability testing in product design and development, in psychology and a range of social sciences (e.g., reading, writing, translation research, decision making, and process tracing).
|Think aloud protocol||Wikipedia|
|Does thinking aloud affect where people look?||Measuring U||January 4th, 2017|
|Video: Understanding The Thinking Aloud Protocol For Website Usability Testing||Athena Brand Wisdom||June 27th, 2015|
|Talking Out Loud Is Not the Same as Thinking Aloud||UX Matters||March 20th, 2012|
|Thinking Aloud: The #1 Usability Tool||Nielsen Norman Group||January 16th, 2010|