Romero, M.L., Espinós, A.,Albero, V. and Smith, J. (authors of the paper)
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M. L. Romeroa*,A. Espinósa, V. Alberoaand N. Surnameb
aICITECH, UniversitatPolitècnica de València, Spain
bDepartment, University, Country
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Romero, M.L., Espinós, A.,Albero, V. and Smith, J. (list here the authors of the paper)
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Shaeiwitz JA, Turton R. Educating chemical engineers in product design. International Journal of Engineering Education2003;19:153-157.
Van Vugt M, Hogan R, Kaiser RB. Leadership, followership, and evolution: Some lessons from the past. American Psychologist 2008;63(3):182-196.
Bloom BS. Taxonomy of Educational Objectives.New York; 1956.
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