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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anastasia Zavyalova
The Possibilities of IT for the Development of Emotional and Cultural Intelligences
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2016
The graduation project is devoted to the possibilities of IT for the development of emotional and cultural intelligences. The role of information technologies is important in modern society.

The first part considers EQ models, different cognitive distortions, mental traps and other problems, which are causes of the low level of emotional intelligence. Cultural intelligence and CQ types are described in the second part.

In order to show the IT possibilities, the website is created. There are three tests, which are represented to the users. First of them (Holl` s test) identifies the level of emotional intelligence. There is no doubt that it is important to understand the subject of problem. For instance, some people can hardly recognize their emotions. The second test contains one hundred questions. It is a well-known fact that each country has got its ` own traditions, holidays. Non-verbal communication is an essential part of culture. It is shown in the third test.

The work on this project will be continued. Consequently, the website will be improved. By the way, it seems reasonable to create an application.

The project consists of three parts and includes 51 pages. It also contains an appendix.

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