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O. Muller and Haberman, B., A Course Dedicated to Developing Algorithmic Problem Solving Skills - Design and Experiment, presented at the 06/2009, PPIG 2009 - 21st Annual Workshop, 2009.
P. Mulholland and Watt, S., Programming with a purpose: Hank, gardening and schema theory, presented at the 01/1999, PPIG 1999 - 11th Annual Workshop, 1999.
P. Mulholland, The Effect of Graphical and Textual Visualisation on the Comprehension of Prolog Execution by Novices: An Empirical Analysis, presented at the 01/1994, PPIG 1994 - 6th Annual Workshop, 1994.
P. Mulholland and Watt, S., HANK: A cognitive modelling language for psychology students, presented at the 01/1998, PPIG 1998 - 10th Annual Workshop, 1998.
P. Mulholland, Prolog without tears: an evaluation of the effectiveness of a non Byrd Box model for students, presented at the 01/1995, PPIG 1995 - 7th Annual Workshop, 1995.
J. Muirhead, The Cognitive Dimensions Questionnaire: Adapting for Non-Expert Users, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2011, 2011.
J. Muirhead, How do user centred techniques contribute to the design process to create online content that is informative and accessible?, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
M. Mueller, Are Reviews an alternative to pair programming?, presented at the 04/2003, PPIG 2003 - 15th Annual Workshop, 2003.
L. J. Mselle, Enhancing Comprehension by Using Random Access Memory (RAM) Diagrams in Teaching Programming: Class Experiment, presented at the 09/2010, PPIG 2010 - 22nd Annual Workshop, 2010.
L. J. Mselle, Using formal logic to define the grammar for memory transfer language (MTL) on the mould of register transfer language (RTL) and high level languages, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG 2011 - 23rd Annual Workshop, 2011.
L. J. Mselle, Learning Programming by using Memory Transfer Language (MTL) without the Intervention of an Instructor, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG 2012 - 24th Annual Workshop, 2012.
J. Erik Moström and Carr, D. A., On Concurrency in Educational Software Authoring Systems, presented at the 06/2002, PPIG 2002 - 14th Annual Workshop, 2002.
J. Erik Moström and Carr, D. A., Programming paradigms and program comprehension by novices, presented at the 01/1998, PPIG 1998 - 10th Annual Workshop, 1998.
M. P. Monteiro, On the cognitive foundations of modularity, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG 2011 - 23rd Annual Workshop, 2011.
K. Moløkkeni and Jørgensen, M., Software Effort Estimation: unstructured group discussion as a method to reduce individual biasis, presented at the 04/2003, PPIG 2003 - 15th Annual Workshop, 2003.
D. C. Moffat, Students’ Early Attitudes and Possible Misconceptions about Programming, presented at the 09/2010, PPIG 2010 - 22nd Annual Workshop, 2010.
I. Mistrik, Support for Collaborative Design Activities, presented at the 12/1992, PPIG 1992 - 5th Annual Workshop, 1992.
W. Milner, A Loop is a Compression, presented at the 09/2008, PPIG 2008 - 20th Annual Workshop, 2008.
G. Miller, Programmer Experience Design and the Spreadsheet Paradigm, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
C. S. Miller, Human language and its role in reference-point errors, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
N. Merriam and Howes, A., Measurement and visualisation of software timing properties, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG 2011 - 23rd Annual Workshop, 2011.
K. Mernagh and McDaid, K., Google Sheets v Microsoft Excel: A Comparison of the Behaviour and Performance of Spreadsheet Users, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
A. McLean and Wiggins, G., Bricolage Programming in the Creative Arts, presented at the 09/2010, PPIG 2010 - 22nd Annual Workshop, 2010.
R. McKeever, McDaid, K., and Bishop, B., Can Named Ranges Improve the Debugging Performance of Novice Spreadsheet Users?, presented at the 06/2009, PPIG 2009 - 21st Annual Workshop, 2009.
F. McKay and Kölling, M., Evaluation of Subject-Specific Heuristics for Initial Learning Environments: A Pilot Study, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG 2012 - 24th Annual Workshop, 2012.
F. McKay, Novel Interaction Designs for a New Novice Programming Editor, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2012, 2012.
L. McIver, Evaluating Languages and Environments for Novice Programmers, presented at the 06/2002, PPIG 2002 - 14th Annual Workshop, 2002.
L. McIver, The effect of programming language on error rates of novice programmers, presented at the 04/2000, PPIG 2000 - 12th Annual Workshop, 2000.
M. McGill, Towards a Mechanism for Prompting Undergraduate Students to Consider Motivational Theories when Designing Games for Healthg, presented at the 07/2013, PPIG WIP Workshop 2013, 2013.
M. Mărășoiu, Programmable graphics editors for data visualisation, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
M. Mărășoiu and Blackwell, A. F., User experiences in a visual analytics business, presented at the 05/2017, PPIG 2017 - 28th Annual Conference, 2017.
M. Mărășoiu, Church, L., and Blackwell, A. F., An empirical investigation of code completion usage by professional software developers, presented at the 07/2015, PPIG 2015 - 26th Annual Workshop, 2015.
S. Masnavi, GTS: A Multiple View Graphical Debugger, presented at the 03/1989, Debugging Workshop 1989, 1989.
C. Martin, whack-­a­‐mole: exploring the effect of physical and virtual representations of arrays, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2011, 2011.
C. Martin and Hughes, J., Robot dance: edutainment or engaging learning, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG 2011 - 23rd Annual Workshop, 2011.
C. Martin and Hughes, J., Digital Makers: Ownership, Personalisation and Purpose, presented at the 05/2017, PPIG 2017 - 28th Annual Conference, 2017.
C. Marshall and Brereton, P., Tools to Support Systematic Literature Reviews in Software Engineering: Protocol for a Feature Analysis, presented at the 07/2013, PPIG WIP Workshop 2013, 2013.
L. Marshall and Webber, J., Gotos Considered Harmful and Other Programmers' Taboos, presented at the 04/2000, PPIG 2000 - 12th Annual Workshop, 2000.
L. Marshall and Webber, J., The Misplaced Comma: Programmers' Tales and Traditions, presented at the 06/2002, PPIG 2002 - 14th Annual Workshop, 2002.
J. Markkanen, Saarilouma, P., Sutinen, E., and Tarhio, J., Visualization and imagery in teaching programming, presented at the 01/1998, PPIG 1998 - 10th Annual Workshop, 1998.
R. Mancy and Reid, N., Aspects of cognitive style and programming, presented at the 04/2004, PPIG 2004 - 16th Annual Workshop, 2004.
L. Major, PPIG Work-in-Progress Workshop 2013 Proceedings. PPIG Work-in-Progress Workshop 2013, p. 43, 2013.
L. Major, Teaching Novices Programming Using a Robot Simulator, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2012, 2012.
L. Major, Kyriacou, T., and Brereton, P., Teaching Novices Programming Using a Robot Simulator: Case Study Protocol, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG 2012 - 24th Annual Workshop, 2012.
L. Major, Simulated Agents As Tools To Teach Introductory Programming, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2011, 2011.
K. Majeed, Investigation Leading to Behaviour-Based Hybrid Intrusion Detection System for Mobile Devices, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2012, 2012.
A. Macvean, Church, L., Daughtry, J., and Citro, C., API Usability at Scale, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
A. Mackenzie, We want to do for Biology what Intel does for Electronics: Re-factoring Biology as a Software Engineering Enterprise, presented at the 09/2008, PPIG 2008 - 20th Annual Workshop, 2008.