Emotional Intelligence and Sexual Behavior PSY 1301
Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane PSY 1301 (3 Pages 1140 Words)
Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive, identify, manage, and use our emotions and the emotions of other people. Many tools are used to measure our emotional intelligence but the most common is the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT). The MSCEIT is built on a succession of emotional problem-solving items (Venkatesh, Balaji, Thenmozhi & Balasubramanie, 2012). So far, many scientists have stated that emotional intelligence has a great impact on our everyday behavior. To illustrate, a 2012 study linked our emotional intelligence level to the intensity of drug and alcohol use (Brown, Chiu, Neill & Reid, 2012). Moreover, many...
Excerpt from file: EmotionalIntelligenceandSexualBehaviorPSY 1301 AlAkhawaynUniversityinIfrane PSY1301 (3Pages1140Words) Emotionalintelligenceistheabilitytoperceive,identify,manage,anduseouremotions andtheemotionsofotherpeople.Manytoolsareusedtomeasureouremotional
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