Emotional intelligence : perceptions, interpretations and attitudes /

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Other Authors: Pérez-Fuentes, María del Carmen (Editor), Molero Jurado, María del Mar (Editor), Gázquez Linares, José Jesús (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York : Nova Science Publishers, [2018]
Series:Psychology research progress series.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Intro; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1; Applications of Emotional Intelligence: Analysis of Publications in Psychology and Education in the Last Decade; Abstract; Introduction; The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Risk Behavior during Adolescence; Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Peer Violence; Victims of School Violence and Emotional Intelligence; Aggressors in School Violence Episodes and Emotional Intelligence; Emotional Intelligence and Drug Use; Analysis of Scientific Production on Emotional Intelligence in the Last Decade in the Scope of Education and Psychology.
  • Background and ObjectivesMaterials and Methods; Results; Conclusion; References; Chapter 2; Cross-Cultural Studies of Trait Emotional Intelligence Using the Emotional Skills and Competence Questionnaire (ESCQ); Abstract; Common Problems in Cross-Cultural Studies of Emotional Intelligence; General Methodology of Cross-Cultural Studies; Cross-Cultural Studies on the Emotional Skills and Competence Questionnaire (ESCQ); Development and Construct Validity of the ESCQ; Reliability Analysis of the ESCQ; Group Differences on the ESCQ; Convergent-Divergent Validity of the ESCQ.
  • Predictive Validity of the ESCQMain Findings in Cross-Cultural Studies Using the ESCQ; Group Differences between Countries; Measurement Invariance of the ESCQ in Cross-Cultural Studies; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3; Emotional Intelligence in Higher Education: From Burnout to Engagement; Abstract; Introduction; Emotional Intelligence and Engagement in Higher Education for Academic Performance; Implications of Engagement in the Teaching Staff; Implications of Student Engagement; The University from a New Perspective: From Burnout to Engagement; References.
  • From Bias to BEST Teams: Developing Emotional and Social Competencies for Innovation in STEMAbstract; Quality Barriers to Building the STEM Talent Pool; Building Effectiveness and Synergy in Talented (BEST) Teams; Building Emotional Competencies; Building Social Competencies; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5; Environmental Influences on Emotional Intelligence in Young People; Abstract; Introduction; Resources Sustaining Emotional Intelligence; Environmental Influences on Emotional Intelligence; Personal Influences on Emotional Intelligence; Hypotheses; Method; Participants; Measurement.
  • AnalysisLimitations; Implications; References; Chapter 6; Health, Memory and Emotional Intelligence in Older People: A Proposal for Intervention; Abstract; Introduction; Emotions and Aging; Memory, Emotional Intelligence and Aging; Cognitive Stimulation, Emotional Education and Use of the New Technologies; Therapeutic Cognitive Stimulation and Emotional Intelligence Program for Older People; References; Chapter 7; Emotional Intelligence in Older Adults and Its Relationship with Quality of Life: A Review of the Scientific Literature; Abstract.