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The Relationship between Cognitive Ability, Emotional Intelligence and Creativity  [PDF]
Adrian Furnham
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2016.72021
Abstract: The objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between IQ, EQ and creativity. In all 158 British adults completed a cognitive ability, creativity and emotional intelligence test. Cognitive ability was positively but not significantly correlated with divergent thinking (creativity) but significantly negatively with both facet and domain emotional intelligence scores.
How to Improve Emotional Intelligence and Social Skills among Adolescents: The Development and Test of a New Microexpressions Training  [PDF]
Pelin Ensari
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science (JBBS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jbbs.2017.75016
Abstract: This study focused on the development of emotion recognition of adolescents through the use of a microexpression training. The results showed that the new microexpression training developed for adolescents significantly affected the adolescents’ ability to detect microexpressions, however, it did not change their overall emotional intelligence and social skills. It was also found that girls had a better ability of detecting microexpressions, before and after the training. Emotion recognition is an essential element of emotional intelligence, therefore, the present study makes an important contribution by developing, and showing effectiveness of a new microexpression training designed for adolescents.
The Big Five Factors of Personality and Its Relation to Emotional Intelligence among Leaders of Educational Institutions in the State of Kuwait  [PDF]
Abdul Majid Al-Nasser, Marzouq Al-Enezy
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.97099
Abstract: The goal of thesis is to know the relation between the Big Five Factors of Personality and the Emotional Intelligence among Leaders of Educational Institutions in the State of Kuwait. The researcher used Descriptive Approach using following study tools: Big Five Factors of Personality Scale (Researcher translation)-Emotional Intelligence Scale as of Ability (Prepared by Othman AlKhodor). The sample of the study was (93) detailed as follow: (36 male) and (57 female) educational leaders of Kuwait Secondary Schools which belongs to Ministry of Education, Mubarak Al-Kabeer Educational Area. Researcher used SPSS Program (Statistical Pack of Social Science) at data entry and the statistical processing. Also used the following statistical methods: Arithmetic Averages, Standard Deviation, Pearson correlation coefficient, (t-test) Test of the differences between the averages, analysis of variance and Cronbach’s alpha formula for persistence. The results were revealed as follows: 1) Existence of positive relation between four of the Big Five Factors of Personality and was reverse with the empirical factor. 2) There was no existence of a relation between degrees of the Big Five Factors and the degrees of the Emotional Intelligence as ability. 3) There was no existence of a relation between total degrees of the Emotional Intelligence scale and degrees of Emotional Intelligence as ability. 4) There were no differences between male and female in the averages of Emotional Intelligence as ability, in the averages of Emotional Intelligence and in the averages of the Big Five Factors of Personality.
The Role of Occupational Stress and Emotional Intelligence in Working Health-Care and Medical Environments  [PDF]
Konstantinos Kanellakis, Eirini Karakasidou, Nikitas-Spiros Koutsoukis
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.96091
Abstract: In this paper we investigate the effect of occupational stress and emotional intelligence on the performance of health-care employees, working in the operating room department. We expect, our results to prove useful to corresponding human resource departments for improving their practices and methods. We conducted a qualitative study with self-reported questionnaires measuring both, occupational stress and emotional intelligence. The survey was administered to health-care and medical employees in the 401 General Army Hospital of Athens. We then conducted descriptive data analysis and performed regression analysis with job performance as the dependent variable. We found that the level of emotional intelligence and occupational stress are positively correlated and they both affect performance. At the same time, gender does not seem to affect the level of emotional intelligence or the perception of occupational stress. Our regression model explains 17.6% of performance variability using the following predictor variables: the number of operations, the occupational stress and the emotional intelligence levels. However, the number of operations an employee participates in, affects the occupational stress perception. Finally, the level of emotional intelligence and annual sick leave seem to have a strong negative correlation. Hospital managers can use the findings of our research to monitor a number of variables related to emotional intelligence and occupational stress that seem to affect performance significantly.
Emotional Intelligence and Ethics on Organizations  [PDF]
?ngelo Miguel Rodrigues Cabral, Fernando Manuel Pereira de Oliveira Carvalho
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2014.21004
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the role of Emotional Intelligence on Individual Ethics, Perceptions of Other’s Ethics and Ethics Perception in Facilitating Success. Methodology: Constitute the sample 404 exporting companies and/or with interest in exporting of AICEP database—Portugal Agency for Investment and External Commerce. The methodological procedures adopted in the research, consisted of a quantitative approach using fundamentally multiple regression analysis and hierarchical regression too. Data collection was performed by administering a questionnaire. Findings: Emotional Intelligence predicted perceptions of the role of Ethics in Success. The role of Emotional Intelligence was attested asapredictor in Individual Ethics, and the predictor role of these two in Perceptions of Other’s Ethics. Emotional Intelligence was significantly correlated with Self-Esteem, Social Desirability, Individual Ethics and Perceptions of Other’s Ethics.

A Study of Environmental Awareness of Student Teachers and Teachers in Relation of Their Emotional Intelligence  [PDF]
Seema Sharma
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.28021
Abstract: The study aimed at finding out the relationship between environmental awareness and emotional intelligence of student teachers and teachers. The sample of the study consisted of 200 student teachers (100 male and 100 female) and also of 100 teachers (50 male and 50 female). The sample was taken from 15 self-financed B.Ed. colleges of Ghaziabad District of CCS University, Meerut (UP). Environmental awareness measure scale by Dr. P. K. Jha and emotional intelligence inventory by Dr. S. K. Mangal and Mrs. Shubhra Mangal was used for assessing the environmental awareness and emotional intelligence of student teachers and teachers. Data was analyzed by using mean, SD, t-test and by Pearson Product Moment Correlation Technique. The results showed that there was no significant difference between male and female student teachers and teachers regarding environmental awareness and emotional intelligence. The results also showed that the environmental awareness of male and female student teachers was also found to be slightly positively but not significantly correlated with emotional intelligence. The environmental awareness of male teachers was found to be moderately, positively and significantly correlated with emotional intelligence. On the other hand the environmental awareness of female teachers was found to be slightly positively but not significantly correlated with emotional intelligence.
The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Enhancing Organizational Effectiveness: The Case of Information Technology Managers in Jordan  [PDF]
Ra’ed Masa’deh
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2016.96022
Abstract: The aim of this research is to explore the role of emotional intelligence (awareness of one’s own emotion, management of one’s own emotion, awareness of other’s emotion, and management of other’s emotion) on organizational effectiveness in Jordanian public shareholding firms. A total of 154 questionnaire containing 29 items was used to collect information from the respondents. Multiple regression analysis was conducted to test the research hypotheses. Results of the current study revealed that there were significant positive impacts of management of one’s own emotion, awareness of other’s emotion, and management of other’s emotion on organizational effectiveness, whereas awareness of one’s own emotion did not have a significant impact on organizational effectiveness. Also, the results revealed that there was no significant difference in the impact of emotional intelligence on organizational effectiveness that could be attributed to gender. On the other hand, results of ANOVA test indicated that there were significant differences in the impact of emotional intelligence on organizational effectiveness in favor of age and experience.
Emotional Intelligence Is Synergy in Intelligence  [PDF]
Mohammed R. Ahmed
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.64042
Abstract: Three emotional intelligence models are widely discussed in the literature: the ability model, trait model, and mixed model. This study introduces a model for understanding emotional intelligence: the synergy model. The emotional intelligence model presented in this study is simple and easy to understand. This study suggests that emotional intelligence is the synergy present in intelligence, where total intelligence is the sum of the intelligence quotient, emotional quotient, and unexplained quotient. The model shows three possible outcomes of emotional intelligence. It also suggests that the best way to understand and measure the impact of emotional intelligence is to listen, observe, and feel (LOF) it.
Emotional Intelligence at workplace in hospitals: Is it time to rejuvenate?
Babu Raja Shrestha
Journal of Kathmandu Medical College , 2013, DOI: 10.3126/jkmc.v2i2.10621
Abstract: Not available. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/jkmc.v2i2.10621 Journal of Kathmandu Medical College , Vol. 2, No. 2, Issue 4, Apr.-Jun., 2013, Page 43-44
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND MENTAL HEALTH IN ADOLESCENTS
MALLIKARJUN H.KRISHNAKAR,SHIVAKUMAR S. CHENGTI
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The major aim of the present study was to assess the Emotional intelligence and mental health in adolescents. The sample of 100 (50 Boys and 50 Girls) students was chosen from Gulbarga district on whom the Emotional intelligence and Mental Health Scales were administered. After scoring, the data were subjected to t – test. The results revealed that there is significant difference in Mental Health of the sample subgroups. The study also revealed significant gender differences in the amount of mental health.
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