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Emotional Intelligence, Cognitive Intelligence, and Job Performance
This paper examines how emotional intelligence and cognitive intelligence are associated with job performance. We develop and test a compensatory model that posits that the association betweenExpand
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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND LEADERSHIP EMERGENCE IN SMALL GROUPS
We report the findings from two studies that examine the association between emotional intelligence and leadership emergence in small groups. In both studies, members of groups completed measures ofExpand
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Tough Love: The Normative Conflict Model and a Goal System Approach to Dissent Decisions
Most rebels have a cause, and the expression of internal criticism and dissent is vital for healthy civic and collective functioning. Here, we review the normative conflict model (NCM), which positsExpand
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Assessing the Validity of Emotional Intelligence Measures
We describe an approach that enables a more complete evaluation of the validity of emotional intelligence measures. We argue that a source of evidence for validity is often overlooked by researchersExpand
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Corrigendum to “Emotional intelligence and leadership emergence in small groups” [Leaders. Q. 21 (3) (2010) 496–508]
It is regretted that an error occurred in the above paper. The values for the parameter estimates and standard errors for theconstant term were not aligned properly in Tables 2 and 4. The valuesExpand
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Gender and Communal Trait Differences in the Relations Among Social Behaviour, Affect Arousal, and Cardiac Autonomic Control
To examine the relation between social behaviour and vagal activity, the communal behaviour of healthy college men (N = 33) and women (N = 33) was manipulated while monitoring heart rate (HR) andExpand
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At the first sign of trouble or through thick and thin? When nonconformity is and is not disengagement from a group
Abstract The current research tests the prediction that nonconformity can reflect engagement with rather than disengagement from social groups. We present two studies that contained indices of bothExpand
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Chapter 1 Emotional intelligence and wise emotion regulation in the workplace
In organizations, it is common to talk about how wisely people manage their emotions. Even so, it is often not obvious whether a particular act of emotion regulation is wise or unwise and, to date,Expand
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