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Low empathizing and high systemizing tendencies in Higher Education computing students: The affordances of virtual worlds in their education (2016)
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Castle, J. L. Low empathizing and high systemizing tendencies in Higher Education computing students: The affordances of virtual worlds in their education. (Thesis). University of the West of England

Background. The increasing societal reliance on emerging technology is demanding much more of those planning a career in the computing profession than technical ability alone. Many contemporary roles require business contact and therefore soft skills... Read More about Low empathizing and high systemizing tendencies in Higher Education computing students: The affordances of virtual worlds in their education.