EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE , SELF-EFFICACY , PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING AND STUDENTS ’ ATTITUDES : IMPLICATIONS FOR QUALITY EDUCATION

@inproceedings{Salami2010EMOTIONALI,
  title={EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE , SELF-EFFICACY , PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING AND STUDENTS ’ ATTITUDES : IMPLICATIONS FOR QUALITY EDUCATION},
  author={Samuel Olayinka Salami},
  year={2010}
}
This study examined how emotional intelligence, self-efficacy, and psychological well-being contribute to students’ behaviours and attitudes. Two hundred and forty-two students from a college of education, in Kwara State, Nigeria responded to a set of questionnaires consisting of measures of emotional intelligence (EI), self-efficacy, psychological well-being (i.e. happiness, life satisfaction and depression) and students’ behaviours and attitudes Hierarchical regression analyses conducted for… CONTINUE READING

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