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Computer Programming and Logical Reasoning: Unintended Cognitive Effects
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Journal of Educational Technology Systems Volume 18, Number 2,

Abstract

Discussion of the use of computer programing languages to facilitate cognitive skill transfer focuses on logical reasoning. Conditional logic principles are examined, and a study is described that examined the effects of learning the LOGO Programing Language on fifth graders' conditional reasoning abilities. (35 references) (LRW)

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Seidman, R.H. (1990). Computer Programming and Logical Reasoning: Unintended Cognitive Effects. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 18(2), 123. Retrieved August 10, 2022 from .

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