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  1. (PDF) EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: AN OVERVIEW

    According to Maurice Elias (2001)12. Emotional intelligence is the set of abilities that we like to think of as being. The ability to perceive emotions, to access and generate emotions so as to ...

  2. (PDF) Understanding and Developing Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional intelligence describes ability, capacity, skill, or self-perceived ability to identify, assess, and manage the emotions of one's self, of others, and of groups. The theory is enjoying ...

  3. (PDF) Improving Emotional Intelligence: A Systematic ...

    Emotional intelligence (EI) can be defined as the ability to identify, express, understand, manage, and use emotions. EI has been shown to have an important impact on health, relationships, and ...

  4. Emotional Intelligence Measures: A Systematic Review

    1.1. Emotional Intelligence. Emotional intelligence (EI) was first described and conceptualized by Salovey and Mayer [] as an ability-based construct analogous to general intelligence.They argued that individuals with a high level of EI had certain skills related to the evaluation and regulation of emotions and that consequently they were able to regulate emotions in themselves and in others ...

  5. Emotional Intelligence as an Ability: Theory, Challenges, and New

    EI was popularized in the 1990s by Daniel Goleman's best-selling book, Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, as well as through a number of other popular books (e.g., Cooper & Sawaf, 1997).However, the lack of empirical evidence available at the time to support the "exciting" statements and claims about the importance of EI in understanding human behavior and individual ...

  6. The Measurement of Emotional Intelligence: A Critical Review of the

    Emotional Intelligence (EI) emerged in the 1990s as an ability based construct analogous to general Intelligence. However, over the past 3 decades two further, conceptually distinct forms of EI have emerged (often termed "trait EI" and "mixed model EI") along with a large number of psychometric tools designed to measure these forms.

  7. Editorial: Emotional intelligence: Current research and future

    The last two decades have seen a steadily growing interest in emotional intelligence (EI) research and its applications. As a side effect of this boom in research activity, a flood of conceptualizations and measures of EI have been introduced. Consequently, the label "EI" has been used for a wide array of (often conflicting) models and ...

  8. The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Education

    The aim of the program is to help children develop a variety of emotional and social skills (e.g., self-awareness, empathy) through the use of lesson plans, home activities, activity sheets, as well as through other learning tools to be delivered by teachers (Kelly, Longbottom, Potts, & Williamson, 2004 ).

  9. Dynamics of Emotional Intelligence and Empowerment: The Perspectives of

    Emotional intelligence (EI) is defined as an individual's ability to man-age themselves and their relationships effectively (Goleman, 1998b), and the capacity to learn EI and enhance work per-formance over time (Freshman & Rubino, 2002; Goleman, 1998a). Goleman et al. (2002) argued that EI consists of four

  10. (PDF) Human Abilities: Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional intelligence (EI) involves the ability to carry out accurate reasoning about emotions and the ability to use emotions and emotional knowledge to enhance thought.

  11. Emotional Intelligence and the Qualitative Researcher

    Using emotional intelligence (EI) as a framework, we synthesize some of the best methodological writing about the role of the researcher and ways to enhance the connection between humans in qualitative research. We argue that Goleman's (1995) theory of EI can play a vital role in supplementing methodological development.

  12. PDF Emotional Intelligence and Perceived Social Support: Its Relationship

    Furthermore, this study reveals that emotional intelligence has a significant effect, both directly and indirectly (through perceived social support), on life satisfaction. The lingering question is the exploration of how emotional intelligence interacts with social support and how these factors collectively influence personal well-being.

  13. Bidirectional Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence and

    Background Though many empirical studies have shown the positive relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and resilience, the bidirectional relationship need to be further explored. Moreover, little research uses holistic approaches to study the relationship among a series of contextual variables, EI and perceptions of resilience in adolescents. Objective The present study investigated ...

  14. Full article: Emotional Intelligence and Resilience Outcomes in

    Emotional Intelligence in Young People. Emotional intelligence (EI) warrants full attention because it is associated with success in life Citation 13 and increases with age. Citation 14 People emotionally intelligent are able to understand rules, evaluate situations, express their feelings in an appropriate way, and respect beliefs. Citation 15. EI is divided into two conceptualizations ...

  15. (PDF) Emotional Intelligence: A Historical Overview

    emotional intelligence was an ability that could be learned and improved, favoring. individuals to be "more emotional pleasing with those around them" which will also. result in a higher level ...

  16. Emotional intelligence, life satisfaction and subjective happiness in

    The objective of the present study was to extend previous findings by examining the relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and well-being indicators (life satisfaction and happiness) in a 12-week follow-up study. In addition, we examined the influence of perceived stress on the relationship between EI and well-being. Female students ...

  17. Emotional intelligence: What it is and why it matters

    Emotional intelligence is the capacity to sense and comprehend the emotions of others and to exert influence over them through regulating and applying one's own emotions (Prati et al., 2003 ...

  18. (PDF) Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional Intelligence is a set of qualities and competencies that captures a broad collection of. individual skills and dispositions, usually referred to as soft skills or inter and intra ...

  19. (PDF) Emotional Intelligence and Its Relationship to the Academic

    According to the research entitled, "The Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement among Intermediate Students" (Ramana et al., 2018), emotional intelligence should be urgently integrated into the education curriculum because of the result which states that there is a strong and positive correlation between ...

  20. (PDF) Research Trends and Patterns on Emotional Intelligence in

    Summarily, emotional intelligence in education has emerged as a globally acknowledged research area, and this work elucidates its thematic knowledge, offering insights for prospective researchers.

  21. Emotional intelligence across the personality spectrum ...

    Trait emotional intelligence (trait EI or trait emotional self-efficacy) is formally defined as a constellation of emotional perceptions assessed through questionnaires and rating scales (Petrides ...

  22. The Effects of Emotional Intelligence on Language ...

    Introduction: Emotional Intelligence (EI) is an essential form of human intelligence and one of the most important factors for career success and social and it is deemed essential for effective ...

  23. 'Correlation between Emotional Intelligence and Blood ...

    Emotional intelligence (otherwise known as emotional quotient or EQ) is the ability to understand, use, and manage your own emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively ...

  24. (PDF) Study of Correlation between different fingerprint ...

    ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any citations for this publication. ... Emotional intelligence (otherwise known as emotional quotient or EQ) is the ability to understand, use, and manage ...