Remaining Issues in Emotional Intelligence Research: Construct Overlap, Method Artifacts, and Lack of Incremental Validity

@article{Harms2010RemainingII,
  title={Remaining Issues in Emotional Intelligence Research: Construct Overlap, Method Artifacts, and Lack of Incremental Validity},
  author={Peter Harms and Marcus Cred{\'e}},
  journal={Industrial and Organizational Psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={3},
  pages={154 - 158}
}
  • P. Harms, M. Credé
  • Published 1 June 2010
  • Psychology
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
The article by Cherniss (2010) represents an overdue examination and discussion of some of the core problems in and potential contributions of the study of emotional intelligence (EI). Although there is much to like about this article as an assessment of the state of field in EI research, we feel that specific limitations in research concerning the relationship between emotion-based constructs and important outcomes such as leadership and performance need to be more fully addressed. Further, we… 
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