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Emotional Intelligence: Science and Myth
Emotional intelligence (EI) is one of the most widely discussed topics in current psychology. Although first mentioned in the professional literature nearly two decades ago, in the past five years itExpand
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What We Know about Emotional Intelligence: How It Affects Learning, Work, Relationships, and Our Mental Health
Sorting out the scientific facts from the unsupported hype about emotional intelligence.Emotional intelligence (or EI)?the ability to perceive, regulate, and communicate emotions, to understandExpand
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The personality theories of H.J. Eysenck and J.A. Gray: a comparative review
Abstract Hans J. Eysenck and Jeffrey A. Gray have proposed influential theories of the biological bases of personality traits. Eysenck's theory concerns the extraversion, neuroticism and psychoticismExpand
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Can Emotional Intelligence Be Schooled? A Critical Review
This article critically reviews the claimed role of emotional intelligence (EI) in the educational and school context. Our review shows that most intervention programs were not specifically designedExpand
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The science of emotional intelligence: Current consensus and controversies.
Almost from its inception, the emotional intelligence (EI) construct has been an elusive one. After nearly 2 decades of research, there still appears to be little consensus over how EI should beExpand
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TARGET ARTICLES: "Seven Myths About Emotional Intelligence"
Inspired by an influx of academic research, the writ ingof several best-selling trade texts, and frequent me dia exposure, emotional intelligence (El) has emerged recently as one of the most highExpand
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Development of Emotional Intelligence: Towards a Multi-Level Investment Model
This paper examines the development of emotional intelligence (EI) in childhood. It is proposed that ambiguities in conceptualizing EI may be resolved by distinguishing multiple levels ofExpand
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This article provides a review and conceptual comparison between self‐report and performance‐based measures of emotional intelligence. Analyses of reliability, psychometric properties, and variousExpand
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Emotional Intelligence: Toward a Consensus of Models and Measures
This article outlines the many different ways that emotional intelligence (EI) has been conceptualized, measured, and used from the early antecedents of emotional abilities such as facial expressionExpand
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