The Psychology of Expertise: Cognitive Research and Empirical AI

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Appendix E
Bibliography: Expertise in Programming

Adelson B. ( 1981). "Problem solving and the development of abstract categories in programming languages". Memory & Cognition, 9, 422-433.

Adelson B. ( 1984). "When novices surpass experts: The difficulty of a task may increase with expertise". Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 10, 483- 495.

Adelson B., & Soloway E. ( 1988). A model of software design. In M. T. H. Chi, R. Glaser, & M. J. Farr (Eds.), The nature of expertise (pp. 185-208). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Allwood C. M. ( 1986). "Novices on the computer: A review of the literature". International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 25, 633-658.

Allwood C. M., & Eliasson M. ( 1987). "Analogy and other sources of difficulty in novices' very first text-editing". International Journal of Man- Machine Studies, 27, 1-22.

Allwood C. M., & Eliasson M. ( 1988). "Question- asking when learning a text-editing system". International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 29, 63-80.

Alty J., & Coombs M. ( 1981). Communicating with university computer users: A case study. In M. Coombs & J. Alty (Eds.), Computing skills and the user interface (pp. 7-71). London: Academic Press.

Anderson J. R. ( 1989). Analogical origins of errors in problem-solving. In D. Klahr & K. Kotovsky (Eds.), Complex infromation processing: The impact of Herbert A. Simon (pp. 343-372). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Anderson J. R., Pirolli P., & Farrell R. ( 1988). Learning to program recursive functions. In M. T. H. Chi , R. Glaser, & M. J. Farr (Eds.), The nature of expertise (pp. 153-184). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Atwood M., & Ramsey H. R. ( 1978). Cognitive structures in the comprehension and memory of computer programs: An investigation of computer program debugging (Report No. SAI-77-194 DEN). Englewood, NJ: Science Applications, Inc.

Atwood M., Turner A., Ramsey H. R., & Hooper J. ( 1979). An exploratory study of the congitive structures underlying the comprehension of software design problems (Report No. SAI- 79-100-DEN). Englewood, NJ: Science Applications, Inc.

Barfield W. ( 1986). "Expert-novice differences for software: Implications for problem solving and knowledge acquisition". Behaviour and Information Technology, 5, 15-29.

Bateson A. G., Alexander R. A., & Murphy M. D. ( 1987). "Cognitive processing differences between novice and expert computer programmers". International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 26, 649-661.

Bonar J., & Soloway E. ( 1985). "Pre-programming knowledge: A major source of misconceptions in novice programmers". Human-Computer Interaction, 1, 133-161.

Briggs P. ( 1990). "Do they know what they're doing? An evaluation of word-processor users' implicit and explicit task-relevant knowledge, and its role in self-directed learning". International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 32, 385-398.

Campbell R. L., & Brickhard M. H. ( 1986). Knowing levels and developmental stages. Basel: Karger.

Card S. K., Moran J. P., & Newell A. ( 1983). The psychology of human-computer interaction. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Carroll J. M. (Ed.). ( 1987). Interfacing thought: Cognitive aspects of human-computer interaction. Cambridge, MA: Bradford Books/MIT Press.

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