PPIG 1989 Programme

Opening address

  • The Psychology of Programming of Learning and Teaching Prolog Ben du Boulay School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex, UK

Discussion: Plans

David Gilmore Department of Psychology, University of Nottingham, UK

Discussion: Learning Prolog

Pat Fung Information Technology and Education, The Open University, UK

  • Becoming an Expert: The Process of Acquiring Expertise Among Novice Computer Scientists Laura Leventhal (with Keith Instone)
  • The Legacy of TPM Mike Brayshaw HCRL, The Open University, UK

Discussion: Analogy

Richard White Department of AI, University of Edinburgh, Scotland Tom Ormerod Department of Psychology, University of Warwick, UK

Discussion: Matching General Purpose Languages for Expressing Solutions

Marian Petre Department of Computer Science, University College London, UK

  • Program Authorship: A Significant Factor in Debugging Performance? Ray Waddington Department of Computer Science, Queen Mary College, UK
  • Software Engineering: A Technological or Psychological Problem? Barbara Kitchenham NCC, Manchester, UK

Discussion: Methodology

Tom Ormerod Department of Psychology, University of Warwick, UK David Gilmore Department of Psychology, University of Nottingham, UK

Discussion: End-User Programming

Nick Rousseau Human Sciences Department, Loughborough University of Technology, UK

  • Computation and Cognition Meurig Beynon Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick, UK
  • An Integrated Environment for Building Large Software Systems Bill Curtis (video address) MCC, Austin, Texas, USA

Closing address

Thomas Green MRC APU, Camnbridge, UK

Discussion: Practioners

Roland Carn Reliability Consultants Ltd, UK

Discussion: A Theory of Software Engineering

Roland Carn and Laura Leventhal

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