Manipulative relational behaviour and delinquency: sex differences and links with emotional intelligence

@article{Bacon2016ManipulativeRB,
  title={Manipulative relational behaviour and delinquency: sex differences and links with emotional intelligence},
  author={Alison M. Bacon and Lisa K. Regan},
  journal={The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry \& Psychology},
  year={2016},
  volume={27},
  pages={331 - 348}
}
Abstract Trait emotional intelligence (EI) encompasses high levels of emotional understanding and is generally associated with positive outcomes. However, research has suggested that high EI might predispose some young females to delinquency. The present study investigated whether this relationship can be accounted for by a tendency towards emotionally manipulative behaviours, facilitated by high EI. Two hundred and fifty-two young adults (125 female) completed measures of EI, Machiavellianism… Expand
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