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Shaping perceptions to motivate healthy behavior: the role of message framing.
The authors discuss the cognitive and affective processes that may mediate the influence of framed information on judgment and behavior and the relative effectiveness of gain-framing or loss-framed appeals.
Measuring emotional intelligence with the MSCEIT V2.0.
The MSCEIT achieved reasonable reliability, and confirmatory factor analysis supported theoretical models of EI, helping clarify issues raised in earlier articles published in Emotion.
TARGET ARTICLES: "Emotional Intelligence: Theory, Findings, and Implications"
Many people have expressed opinions about the sci entific viability of emotional intelligence (El). El has been said to matter twice as much as IQ (Goleman, 1998, p. 31). Yet, it has been labeled an
Models of emotional intelligence
COMPETING MODELS OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Studies of emotional intelligence initially appeared in academic articles beginning in the early 1990s. By middecade, the concept had attracted considerable
Emotional development and emotional intelligence: Educational implications.
General Principles * What Is Emotional Intelligence? John D. Mayer and Peter Salovey * Educators Commentary Karol DeFalco * Emotional Competence and Self-Regulation in Childhood Carolyn Saarni *
Emotional intelligence: new ability or eclectic traits?
EI--conceptualized as an ability--is an important variable both conceptually and empirically, and it shows incremental validity for predicting socially relevant outcomes.
Relating emotional abilities to social functioning: a comparison of self-report and performance measures of emotional intelligence.
Three studies used J. D. Mayer and P. Salovey's (1997) theory of emotional intelligence (EI) as a framework to examine the role of emotional abilities (assessed with both self-report and performance