Emotional intelligence and subjective well-being revisited

@inproceedings{Zeidner2015EmotionalIA,
  title={Emotional intelligence and subjective well-being revisited},
  author={Moshe Zeidner and Dorit Olnick-Shemesh},
  year={2015}
}
This study aims at extending previous research on the predictive validity of ‘‘maximum performance” measures of emotional intelligence (EI) in relation to cognitive and affective facets of well-being, by way of a prospective research design. Participants were 202 Israeli adolescents who were administered the following three predictor measures at time one: (a) the MSCEIT, an ability-based measure of EI, (b) the OCEANIC, a measure of the ‘‘Big-Five” factors of personality, and (c) the Vocabulary… CONTINUE READING
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