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Gender differences in computer science students
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We examined gender differences and differences in Computer Science majors vs. non-majors in ability in quantitative areas, educational goals and interests, experience with computers, stereotypes and knowledge about CS, confidence, personality, support and encouragement, stress and financial issues, gender discrimination, and attitudes toward the academic environment in CS. Expand
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Deterrents to women taking computer science courses
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We examine why so few students, and particularly few women, choose to enter the beginning phase of the CS pipeline by choosing to try out CS courses. Expand
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Aggregation Improves Learning: Experiments in Natural Language Generation for Intelligent Tutoring Systems
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We developed two different feedback generation engines, that we systematically evaluated in a three way comparison that included the original system as well. Expand
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A multi-institutional, multinational study of programming concepts using card sort data
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This paper presents a case study of the use of a repeated single-criterion card sort with an unusually large, diverse participant group. Expand
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NF-κB inducing kinase is a therapeutic target for systemic lupus erythematosus
NF-κB-inducing kinase (NIK) mediates non-canonical NF-κB signaling downstream of multiple TNF family members, including BAFF, TWEAK, CD40, and OX40, which are implicated in the pathogenesis ofExpand
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Teachers respond functionally to student gender differences in a technology course
This study examines teacher–student interactions and selected student gender differences with volunteer boys and recruited girls in a technology class. The participants were teachers and triads ofExpand
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Retaining women in CS with accessible role models
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The female role models presented to young women are often unusual individuals who have overcome tremendous social and political obstacles to pursue outstanding careers in mathematics and science. Expand
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Detection of Necroptosis by Phospho-RIPK3 Immunohistochemical Labeling.
Activation of the kinase RIPK3 (receptor interacting protein kinase 3) is a hallmark of cells dying by necroptosis. RIPK3 phosphorylates both itself and the pseudokinase MLKL (mixed lineageExpand
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What do successful computer science students know? An integrative analysis using card sort measures and content analysis to evaluate graduating students' knowledge of programming concepts
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This paper describes a multi-institutional study that used a repeated single-criterion card sort to investigate graduating computer science students' knowledge of programming concepts. Expand
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