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Software psychology: Human factors in computer and information systems Hardcover – 1980

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psychology, human factors, and research techniques 21 July 2000
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Format: Hardcover
Illustrates the procedures for conducting software development research using introspection, case studies, and field studies. Presents research findings in areas such as programming style, team organization, group processes, programmer aptitude, and personality factors. "Software Psychology" is an important historical reference that covers the emergence of complexity measures, interactive systems, and the SQL database query language. Encourages the application of psychological principles to computer science. Published in 1980.
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