Gender Differences in Emotional Intelligence Among Adolescents of Chandigarh

@inproceedings{Katyal2005GenderDI,
  title={Gender Differences in Emotional Intelligence Among Adolescents of Chandigarh},
  author={S. Katyal and E. Awasthi},
  year={2005}
}
150 students of Xth class from different Government Schools in Chandigarh were selected randomly for assessment of gender differences in emotional intelligence. The data was collected through standardized "Emotional Intelligence Test". The findings revealed that majority of boys girls and the total sample had good followed by low emotional intelligence. Girls were found to have higher emotional intelligence than that of boys. However the difference touched only 0.10 level hence findings are… CONTINUE READING

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