Modeling Negative Affect Detector of Novice Programming Students Using Keyboard Dynamics and Mouse Behavior

@inproceedings{Vea2016ModelingNA,
  title={Modeling Negative Affect Detector of Novice Programming Students Using Keyboard Dynamics and Mouse Behavior},
  author={Larry A. Vea and Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo},
  booktitle={PRICAI Workshops},
  year={2016}
}
Learning to program is vital to novice programming students. During their learning process, particularly when they are making a program, affect plays a significant role. Affect may either motivate them to logically think and effectively respond to the programming activities or, it may make them to disengage or even withdraw from the programming task. Negative affect detection in the context of novice education can cue an intervention. When negative affect is detected, it opens an opportunity… CONTINUE READING
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