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The psychology of computer programming

Author: Gerald M Weinberg
Publisher: New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold [1971]
Series: Computer science series (Van Nostrand Reinhold Company)
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Weinberg, Gerald M.
Psychology of computer programming.
New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold [1971]
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald M Weinberg
ISBN: 0442292643 9780442292645 0442207646 9780442207649 0442783108 9780442783105
OCLC Number: 216809
Description: xv, 288 pages 24 cm
Contents: Preface --
Suggestions for course use --
Part one: Programming as human performance (1. Reading programs ; 2. What makes a good program? ; 3. How can we study programming?) --
Part two: Programming as a social activity (4. The programming group ; 5. The programming team ; 6. The programming project) --
3. Programming as an individual activity (7. Variations in the programming task ; 8. Personality factors ; 9. Intelligence, or problem-solving ability ; 10. Motivation, training, and experience) --
Part four: Programming tools (11. Programming languages ; 12. Some principles for programming language design ; 13. Other programming tools) --
Part five: Epilogue.
Series Title: Computer science series (Van Nostrand Reinhold Company)
Responsibility: [by] Gerald M. Weinberg.
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I PROGRAMMING AS HUMAN PERFORMANCE 1 Reading Programs 2 What Makes a Good Program? 3 How Can We Study Programming? II PROGRAMMING AS A SOCIAL ACTIVITY 4 The Programming Group 5 The Programming Team 6 The Programming Project III PROGRAMMING AS AN INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY 7 Variations in the Programming Task 8 Personality Factors 9 Intelligence, or Problem-Solving Ability 10 Motivation, Training, and Experience IV PROGRAMMING TOOLS 11 Programming Languages 12 Some Principles for Programming Language Design 13 Other Programming Tools V EPILOGUE Index


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