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The Relationship between Self-Esteem and Emotional Intelligence with Imposter Syndrome among Medical Students of Guilan and Heratsi Universities

  title={The Relationship between Self-Esteem and Emotional Intelligence with Imposter Syndrome among Medical Students of Guilan and Heratsi Universities},
  author={Shohreh Ghorbanshirodi},
IP is a psychological disorder that a person attributes his/her success to chance or fate and doesn’t believe in his/her success. The person, also , acts as an intelligent and deserving person. The present research studies the relationship between this syndrome with two variables-self-esteem and emotional intelligence components. The purpose of this research was to study the relationship between self-esteem and emotional intelligence components with imposter syndrome among medical students. The… Expand

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