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The think aloud method is widely used in usability research to collect user's reports of the experience of interacting with a design so that usability evaluators can find the underlying usability problems. However, concerns remain about the validity and usefulness of think aloud in usability studies. In this panel we will present current studies of the think aloud method, examine and question its usage in the field, discuss the possible pitfalls that may threaten the validity of the method, anddoi:10.1145/1125451.1125464 dblp:conf/chi/RameyBCDGHJ06 fatcat:32etq5fjebfnpdedanehkznqwm