Psychology of Programming
Interest Group

PPIG, the Psychology of Programming Interest Group, was established in 1987 in order to bring together people from diverse communities to explore common interests in the psychological aspects of programming and in the computational aspects of psychology.

PPIG organises annual workshops, publishes regular newsletters and hosts a discussion list.

PPIG Logo: Pig-man seated at a table

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The next full meeting of the Psychology of Programming Interest Group will be the 25th Anniversary Workshop. This will be held in Brighton 25th-27th June 2014 http://www.sussex.ac.uk/Users/bend/ppig2014/

Latest additions:

PPIG 2012 papers are avaialble online (links to PDFs - full details later)

Eighth PPIG Work-in-Progress Workshop (PPIG-WIP) - Call