William R. Pope

James H Mcmillan1
Donelson R Forsyth1
1James H Mcmillan
1Donelson R Forsyth
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  • Donelson R Forsyth, William R Pope, Mary Washington College, James H Mcmillan
  • 2003
The hypothesis that students who cheat will externalize the cause of this behavior was tested by contrasting the causal inferences of cheating students and noncheating students. The results supported Kelley's attributional model, for cheaters tended to note the high distinctiveness, high consensus, and low consistency of their actions, while noncheaters(More)
An experiment was conducted to determine if using a computer aided diagrammatic approach to design offered advantages to undergraduate students in the several stages of preparing and implementing programs. Results were obtained which favored the use of a computer aided diagrammatic tool. The greatest benefit was realized in the later stages of coding and(More)
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