Emotional Intelligence as Assessed by Situational Judgment and Emotion Recognition Tests : Building the Nomological Net

@inproceedings{MacCann2012EmotionalIA,
  title={Emotional Intelligence as Assessed by Situational Judgment and Emotion Recognition Tests : Building the Nomological Net},
  author={Carolyn MacCann and N. R. L. Pearce},
  year={2012}
}
Recent research on emotion recognition ability (ERA) suggests that the capacity to process emotional information may differ for disparate emotions. However, little research has examined whether this findings holds for emotional understanding and emotion management, as well as emotion recognition. Moreover, little research has examined whether the abilities to recognize emotions, understand emotions, and manage emotions form a distinct emotional intelligence (EI) construct that is independent… CONTINUE READING

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