Construct and Criterion-Related Validation of a Measure of Emotional Reasoning Skills : A two-study investigation

@inproceedings{Blickle2009ConstructAC,
  title={Construct and Criterion-Related Validation of a Measure of Emotional Reasoning Skills : A two-study investigation},
  author={Gerhard Blickle and Tassilo S. Momm and Jochen Kramer and Jan Mierke and Yongmei Liu and Gerald R. Ferris},
  year={2009}
}
In a two-study investigation, the construct and criterion-related validities of the Test of Emotional Intelligence, an ability-based measure of emotional reasoning skills, were examined. In Study 1, as hypothesized, emotional reasoning skills were related to emotion recognition ability (i.e., as measured by Diagnostic Analysis of Nonverbal Accuracy), emotional empathy, and three measures of successful social functioning (i.e., social astuteness, interpersonal influence, and apparent sincerity… CONTINUE READING

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