Charles J. Fowler

Learn More
Traditionally, computer science education has considered "objects-first" or "imperative-first" approaches, with the focus of the course on teaching design of programs starting with data objects or imperative program flow, respectively. Yet with the number of computer science majors dwindling, and with the percentages of women and minorities on the decrease,(More)
Three experiments are reported. In the first, monetary incentives improved the learning of nonsense words in response to colours only when the test order was the same as presentation order. In the second, incentives increased the recall of spatial location which served as an additional retrieval cue for nonsense words. In the third, noise was used to(More)
  • 1