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Cognitive-Driven Development (CDD) is a coding design technique that aims to reduce the cognitive effort that developers place in understanding a given code unit (e.g., a class). By following CDD design practices, it is expected that the coding units to be smaller, and, thus, easier to maintain and evolve. However, it is so far unknown whether these smaller code units coded using CDD standards are, indeed, easier to understand. In this work we aim to assess to what CDD improves codearXiv:2206.10655v1 fatcat:3kobycdlbvcqbdayvxrtdiuzza