Behavioural issues in software development: The evolution of a new course dealing with the psychology of computer programming

Lenarcic, J 2004, 'Behavioural issues in software development: The evolution of a new course dealing with the psychology of computer programming', Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, vol. 1, pp. 247-252.


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Title Behavioural issues in software development: The evolution of a new course dealing with the psychology of computer programming
Author(s) Lenarcic, J
Year 2004
Journal name Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology
Volume number 1
Start page 247
End page 252
Total pages 5
Publisher Informing Science Institute
Abstract A historical account is presented of the evolution of a new postgraduate level university course dealing with the psychology of computer programming. An outline of the course is presented and its objectives are discussed, as well as possible reasons for its premature demise and initiatives that could be undertaken to resurrect the format in a new guise.
Subject Human Information Behaviour
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ISSN 1547-5840
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