Psychological Principles in User Experience Research
This 4-hour advanced session covers a selection of the most important psychological principles to be aware of when conducting user research including social influence, cognitive biases, schemas, short-term memory, reconstructive memory and experimental design.
The learning objectives for the training are:
- To be able to describe key psychological principles relevant to user experience research
- To understand how to recognise and identify psychological effects during the research process
- To learn practical techniques to mitigate psychological effects during the research process
- To understand ethics in user research
This psychology based advanced research course is designed and delivered by the UX psychologists and HCI experts at Sitback Solutions, a leading digital consultancy specialising in digital UX and development in Australia for over 10 years.