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S. Bryant, XP: Taking the psychology of programming to the eXtreme, presented at the 04/2004, PPIG 2004 - 16th Annual Workshop, 2004.
S. Bryant, Extreme programming: all of the elegance but none of the models?, presented at the 04/2004, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2004, 2004.
B. Bubnic, Towards a Consensus about Computational Thinking Skills: Identifying Agreed Relevant Dimensions, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
J. Buckley, Characterising software comprehension for programmers in practice, presented at the 04/2003, PPIG 2003 - 15th Annual Workshop, 2003.
J. Buckley, Exton, C., Quigley, A., and LeGear, A., ESCAPE Meta Modelling in Software Engineering: When Premature Commitment is Useful in Representations, presented at the 07/2007, PPIG 2007 - 19th Annual Workshop, 2007.
J. Buckley, O'Brien, M. P., and Power, N., Empirically Refining a Model of Programmers' Information-Seeking Behavior during Software Maintenance, presented at the 09/2006, PPIG 2006 - 18th Annual Workshop, 2006.
D. Budgen, How to support the work of designers through the presentation of appropriate information, presented at the 01/1992, PPIG 1992 - 4th Annual Workshop, 1992.
D. Budgen and Thomson, M., Software Design using GOOSE, presented at the 01/1995, PPIG 1995 - 7th Annual Workshop, 1995.
D. Budgen, Turner, M., Brereton, P., and Kitchenham, B., Using Mapping Studies in Software Engineering, presented at the 09/2008, PPIG 2008 - 20th Annual Workshop, 2008.
M. Burnett, Forms/3, a declarative graphical language, presented at the 01/1995, PPIG 1995 - 7th Annual Workshop, 1995.
M. Burnett, Gender HCI and Programming, presented at the 09/2010, PPIG 2010 - 22nd Annual Workshop, 2010.
T. Busjahn, Schulte, C., and Kropp, E., Developing Coding Schemes for Program Comprehension using Eye Movements, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
T. Busjahn, An empirical study on program comprehension using eye tracking and think aloud, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2012, 2012.
S. Butler, Analysing Java Identifier Names in the Wild, presented at the 07/2015, PPIG 2015 - 26th Annual Workshop, 2015.
P. Byckling and Sajaniemi, J., Using Roles of Variables in Teaching: Effects on Program Construction, presented at the 06/2005, PPIG 2005 - 17th Annual Workshop, 2005.
P. Byckling, Roles of variables and strategic programming knowledge, presented at the 04/2004, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2004, 2004.
P. Byckling, Kuittinen, M., Nevalainen, S., and Sajaniemi, J., An Inter-Rater Reliability Analysis of Good's Program Summary Analysis Scheme, presented at the 04/2004, PPIG 2004 - 16th Annual Workshop, 2004.
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G. Calikli, Arslan, B., and Bener, A., Confirmation Bias in Software Development and Testing: An Analysis of the Effects of Company Size, Experience and Reasoning Skills, presented at the 09/2010, PPIG 2010 - 22nd Annual Workshop, 2010.
E. Cambranes, Good, J., and du Boulay, B., Analysing the effect of Natural Language Descriptions as a support for novice programmers, presented at the 07/2013, PPIG WIP Workshop 2013, 2013.
E. Cambranes, Studying the utility of Natural Language Descriptions as a support for novices in the early stage of learning programming, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2012, 2012.
J. J. Cañas, Bajo, M. Teresa, Varro, R., and Gonzalvo, P., Mental representation and computer use, presented at the 01/1995, PPIG 1995 - 7th Annual Workshop, 1995.
L. Fernando Capretz, Personality Types in Software Engineering, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, vol. 58, no. 2, 2003.
L. Fernando Capretz and Ahmed, F., Why Do We Need Personality Diversity in Software Engineering?, ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes, vol. 35, 2010.
L. Fernando Capretz, Bringing the Human Factor to Software Engineering, IEEE Software, no. March/April 2014, 2014.
L. Fernando Capretz and Ahmed, F., Making Sense of Software Development and Personality Types, IT Professional, no. January/February 2010, 2010.
D. Carew, Exton, C., and Buckley, J., Preliminary Study to Empirically Investigate the Comprehensibility of Requirements Specifications, presented at the 06/2005, PPIG 2005 - 17th Annual Workshop, 2005.
R. Carn, What's So Special about Software for Software Development Tools?, presented at the 03/1991, Tool Evaluation Workshop 1991, 1991.
Gde F. Carneiro and Mendonça, M., The Importance of Cognitive and Usability Elements in Designing Software Visualization Tools, presented at the 09/2008, PPIG 2008 - 20th Annual Workshop, 2008.
J. M. Carroll, User-Orientated Design Representations: Towards a Broad View of Computer Science and Technology, presented at the 12/1992, PPIG 1992 - 5th Annual Workshop, 1992.
J. M. Carroll, HCI Models, Theories, and Frameworks. Morgan Kaufmann, 2003, p. 576.
L. Carswell, A pilot study on novice Pascal programmers on vocational courses in further education in Northern Ireland, presented at the 01/1995, PPIG 1995 - 7th Annual Workshop, 1995.
L. Carswell, What is the impact of individual student differences in providing strategies to teach introductory programming, presented at the 01/1997, PPIG 1997 - 9th Annual Workshop, 1997.
A. Chander and Sarkar, A., A gaze-directed lens for touchless analytics, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
E. Acosta Chaparro, Yuksel, A., Romero, P., and Bryant, S., Factors Affecting the Perceived Effectiveness of Pair Programming in Higher Education, presented at the 06/2005, PPIG 2005 - 17th Annual Workshop, 2005.
S. Chatel and Détienne, F., Transfer Among Programming Languages: An Assessment of Various Indicators, presented at the 12/1992, PPIG 1992 - 5th Annual Workshop, 1992.
J. Chattratichart and Kuljis, J., An assessment of visual representations for the 'flow of control', presented at the 04/2000, PPIG 2000 - 12th Annual Workshop, 2000.
J. Chattratichart and Kuljis, J., Some Evidence for Graphical Readership, Paradigm Preference, and the Match-Mismatch Conjecture in Graphical Programs, presented at the 04/2001, PPIG 2001 - 13th Annual Workshop, 2001.
J. Chong, Plummer, R., Leifer, L., Klemmer, S. R., Eris, O., and Toye, G., Pair Programming: When and Why it Works, presented at the 06/2005, PPIG 2005 - 17th Annual Workshop, 2005.
L. Church, Introducing #Dasher, A Continuous Gesture IDE, presented at the 06/2005, PPIG 2005 - 17th Annual Workshop, 2005.
L. Church and Chicau, J., Scores & Scripts — a Bestiary of Intents, presented at the 05/2017, PPIG 2017 - 28th Annual Conference, 2017.
L. Church, Soderberg, E., and Elango, E., A case of computational thinking: The subtle effect of hidden dependencies on the user experience of version control, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
L. Church and Mărășoiu, M., A fox not a hedgehog: What does PPIG know?, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
L. Church and Blackwell, A. F., Structured Text Modification Using Guided Inference, presented at the 09/2008, PPIG 2008 - 20th Annual Workshop, 2008.
L. Church, Nash, C., and Blackwell, A. F., Liveness in Notation Use: From Music to Programming, presented at the 09/2010, PPIG 2010 - 22nd Annual Workshop, 2010.
L. Church, Rothwell, N., Downie, M., DeLahunta, S., and Blackwell, A. F., Sketching by Programming in the Choreographic Language Agent, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG 2012 - 24th Annual Workshop, 2012.
L. Church and Soderberg, E., Probes and Sensors: The Design of Feedback Loops for Usability Improvements, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
L. Church, Why PPIG matters beyond the P, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG 2011 - 23rd Annual Workshop, 2011.
C. Clark and Shahi, S., On Continuing Creativity, presented at the 09/2018, PPIG 2018 - 29th Annual Conference, 2018.
C. Clark, Shahi, S., Bates, S., and Lewis, C., Coding to Learn and Create: New Modes of Programming for Learners Who Have Been Left Out, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
T. Clarke, Sex and Violence, presented at the 09/1996, PPIG Student Workshop 1996, 1996.

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