Articles by S. Camille Peres

Peres is Assistant Professor of Psychology and conducts research on the design of auditory displays, using simulations to teach statistics, and the biomechanical impact of software designs and touch screen devices. She initiated and directs the Applied Cognitive Psychology program at the University of Houston-Clear Lake and is chair of the Professionalism division for the HFES.

The Effect of Experience on System Usability Scale Ratings

Abstract Longitudinal studies have to do with testing over time and thus take into consideration previous user experience with a product or product versions. However, it is difficult to conduct these types of studies. Therefore the literature is sparse on examples of the explicit effect of user experience on user satisfaction metrics in industry-standard survey […] [Read More]