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The ability to understand and manage emotions and to use emotional knowledge to enhance thought and deal effectively with tasks. Components of emotional intelligence include empathy, self-motivation, self-awareness, self-regulation, and social skill. Emotional intelligence is a measurement of one's ability to socialize or relate to others.
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Analytics (PA) is a field of HR that uses the techniques of artificial intelligence, social sciences and innovation to extract insights from employee data for business decision-making. This is an area that has shown growing interest from organizations, industry and academia in the last decade. PA trends before the COVID-19 pandemic were mostly arou...
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Background/Objectives Several studies have shown that personality traits are a benchmark in research field of bullying prevention, while others have highlighted that the socio-emotional skills are important to prevent a wide range of maladjusted behaviors, suggesting that the investment in their developing may mediate the effects of personality dis...
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The present study analyzed the predictive association of family structure and emotional intelligence, family structure wise difference and gender difference in emotional intelligence of adolescents. After literature review following hypotheses were formulated: (1) Family structure will predict the emotional intelligence of the participants; (2) The...
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It has been proposed that emotional intelligence (EI) functions as a magnifier of emotional experience. This phenomenon, called the "hypersensitivity hypothesis," predicts that high EI amplifies the emotional aspects of experience (Fiori & Ortony, 2021). We tested whether high EI individuals show stronger attention to emotional than neutral express...
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Purpose This paper focusses on demonstrating the role of social media engagement and considering emotional intelligence (hereafter EI) as a critical concept to successful employment, mainly when individuals fail to reach the desired employment despite “meeting” the role requirements. Design/methodology/approach The authors adopted a qualitative ap...
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The primary goal was to develop a structural model on emotional intelligence, critical thinking and creativity towards mathematics performance. Emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and creativity are important skills as we gear towards the 4 th Industrial Revolution. The pandemic provided an opportunity for new teaching-learning modalities, w...
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Reading is positioned as an important skill in people’s daily lives. That is why work is done and time is dedicated to its development in educational centers through didactic proposals that are compiled in the Reading Plan. This research focuses on knowing the impact of the Reading Plan in various dimensions such as motivation, emotional intelligen...
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This study was conducted with the aim of revealing whether or not there is a relationship between secure attachment to fathers and mothers with emotional intelligence in adolescents at SMP Negeri 2 Sedati. The research method used is correlational quantitative. The variables in this study are secure attachment to the father and secure attachment to...
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This study aims to determine the effect of emotional intelligence, intellectual intelligence and competence on work commitment through employee job satisfaction at PT Santoso Jawi Abadi. This study uses quantitative research with hypothesis testing. The sample used in this study were 100 employees at PT Santoso Jawi Abadi. The analytical tool used...
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Budaya religius sekolah adalah terwujudnya nilai-nilai ajaran agama sebagai tradisi dalam berprilaku dan budaya organisasi yang di ikuti oleh seluruh warga sekolah. Dengan menjadikan agama sebagai tradisi dalam sekolah maka secara sadar maupun tidak ketika warga sekolah mengikuti tradisi yang telah tertanam tersebut sebenarnya warga sekolah sudah m...
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This research is motivated by the phenomenon of the adversity quotient problem in working students which is characterized by a lack of enthusiasm for participating in the lecture process according to the adversity quotient aspect, namely endurance. In this case, the resilience of students to work is not reflected in facing their difficulties. Then...
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This study aims to determine the relationship between religiosity and psychological well-being in the elderly at Griya Wreda Jambangan Surabaya. This research is a type of quantitative research, using a saturated sampling method on the existing population, namely 152 elderly subjects at Griya Wreda Jambangan Surabaya. The data obtained were then pr...
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Entrepreneurship is entering into business opportunity and creating employment in economy. It boosts the nation's economy and financial aspect of individual. With growing population, unemployment, Entrepreneurship can tackle this biggest challenge for India via creating more and more employment in their firms. Entrepreneurs are growing tremendously...
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This chapter examines how Emotional Intelligence can be used in E-Learning to help students get a better understanding of the learning process. This study focuses on the role of emotions in students' perception and interaction with new ways of improving learning, and how technology can stimulate this growth. It examines how the introduction of new...
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Keywords Abstract Self-directed learning Problem-solving Emotional intelligence Prospective teachers Faculty of education This study aims to determine the predictive power of the problem-solving and emotional intelligence levels of prospective teachers on their self-directed learning skills. This is a descriptive study with a relational screening m...
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The digital industry is growing very rapidly due to the industrial revolution 4.0 and society 5.0. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerates digital literacy for all ages from children to adults. This is marked by the emergence of youtube channels. Content managers who are usually called YouTubers must have videography competence, besides that creativity,...
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The aspiration of this study is to review synthesize framework which attempts to unfold the importance of the balance between human heart & mind for development of human resource through Emotional Intelligence (EI) through Qualitative Method & Literature Review. The commutual review of literature trying to show evince of actual need of human reso...
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The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of both individually and collectively on emotional intelligence and organizational climate on the job satisfaction of lecturers at the Jakarta State Polytechnic. In this research, the method used is a survei method with a quantitative research approach using path analysis techniques. The populatio...
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Emotional intelligence (EI) is a basic concept in psychology that is gaining social importance. According to Goleman, it refers to the ability to be aware of and to handle one’s emotions in varying situations. Current research indicates that EI can be improved through training, leading to an increased awareness of how we can contribute to the emoti...
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The role of emotions and intelligence in English as a foreign language (EFL) learners' academic performance has been widely approved in the literature. However, the role of emotional intelligence (EI) in facilitating the development of academic literacy of EFL students has been rarely (if any) examined. Inspired by this gap, the present conceptual...
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In recent years, the rise of social networks has changed relationships and lifestyles around the world. This has led to the emergence of the Fear of Missing Out (FoMO), which consists of the need to constantly check social media and the anguish that comes from feeling a lack of rewarding experiences. The impact derived from the use of technologies...
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The present investigation was undertaken to assess the level of emotional intelligence,level of stress and level of stress coping among medical undergraduate students. In medical education stress is inevitable but emotional intelligence plays significant role in dealing with stress and utilizing available resources to deal effectively with it. Thus...
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No funding sources and no conflicts of interest to disclose Background: Recent evidence suggests that a major factor in patient satisfaction and practitioner happiness in health care may be emotional intelligence (EI), or the ability to recognize and modulate the emotions of oneself and others. Literature has demonstrated that EI has decreased in h...
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Recent articles have claimed that the COVID-19 pandemic may have had unfavorable effects on both the emotional intelligence and attachment styles of individuals on a global scale. A number of studies have established a connection between attachment styles and emotional intelligence. This research sought to verify the existence of such a relationshi...
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Emotional intelligence is essential to maintaining human relationships in communities, organizations, and societies [...]
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Filipinos’ interest in online shopping is growing, and businesses know that they should adapt to this new marketing landscape. To win, business managers should strategize on how to compete in satisfying their online customers. This paper explores the effects of emotional intelligence (EI) on consumers’ shopping satisfaction (SS). Further, it studie...
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This study aims to describe and analyze the correlation of the principal's situational leadership, emotional intelligence, and motivation to achieve to teacher creativity. This research used a correlational method with a descriptive-quantitative approach. The population in this study was 385 teachers at a State Elementary School in Banjarmasin Teng...
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Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) is a method of personal communication. This study aimed to determine the effect of NLP strategies on academic achievement, emotional intelligence, and critical thinking. Although NLP has been studied, more studies still need to be conducted on this variable contributing to language learning success. This experiment...
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The goal of the present study was to investigate the associations between high intelligence, emotional intelligence (EI), and emotional hypersensitivity in a sample of 304 Mensa members. In addition, we aimed to shed light on how highly intelligent individuals process emotional information. In a previous study, we found that individuals with high E...
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Introduction: Confirmatory factor analysis is a frequently used data analysis technique in nursing research for the development of new measures and psychometric evaluation. R is an open-source statistical software for data analysis that allows a high level of reproducibility required for submission in more and more scientific journals in nursing. T...
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Emotional intelligence (EI) was originally conceived as an ability, followed soon after by mixed, competency and trait theoretical models, broadly described as emotional efficacies (EE). Several models have attempted to integrate both approaches, with different views on whether EI and EE operate in sequence or parallel. One reason for this may be t...
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Creative self-efficacy is a type of individual creative self-belief, which is an important predictor of creative activities and achievements. For gifted children who have high creative potential, the influencing factors of their creative self-efficacy need to be further explored. This study aimed to explore the relationship between gender, emotiona...
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The level of employees’ work engagement can affect an organization's resilience amid business competition. However, banking employees are often faced with rigid working hours that can affect the level of work engagement of employees. This study aims to determine the role of emotional intelligence and ethical leadership in the work engagement of ban...
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This research sought to examine the association between perceived emotional intelligence (EI), grit, and suicide ideation among cancer patients in Pakistan. In Lahore, Pakistan, 110 cancer patients were recruited from two hospitals. Perceived Emotional Intelligence Scale, Grit Scale, and Suicidal Ideation Scale were completed by the individuals. Th...
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This chapter examines how Emotional Intelligence can be used in E-Learning to help students get a better understanding of the learning process. This study focuses on the role of emotions in students' perception and interaction with new ways of improving learning, and how technology can stimulate this growth. It examines how the introduction of new...
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This 5th industrialisation era offers significant benefits, giving job seekers a rather individualised environment. By conducting creation in a way that respects all limits of this ecosystem as well as puts overall welfare of workers employed in at core of such production line, Industry 5.0 recognises its capacity for sector toward fulfilling socia...
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The development of emotional intelligence has been related in previous studies to sports practice and physical activity. The purpose of this research was to analyze the effects of extracurricular sports practice, sports grouping (collective or individual), and gender on the emotional intelligence of adolescents. The sample comprised 384 secondary s...
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The purpose of this paper was to evaluate the effectiveness of a program for the development of social and emotional competences and self-esteem among a group of inmates at a penitentiary center, as well as to determine the possible correlation between the variables of the program (social skills, emotional competences, and self-esteem). The objecti...
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All organizations, both private and public are facing the challenges of employee management and productivity in order to meet the challenges of the 21stcentury. Organisational commitment is one of the vital factors that enhance workers performance and productivity among civil servants in Oyo State. However, many other factors may be responsible for...
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This study attempts to provide evidence of the relationship between emotional intelligence and resilience, with optimism vs. pessimism as mediating variables of life satisfaction. The sample included 403 university students. The average age was 20.86 (SD= 2.56). In relation to gender, 84.61% were female and 15.39% were male participants. Informatio...
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The onset age of anxiety is decreasing worldwide, yet the majority of the study conducted on anxiety were focused on adult populations. This study aimed to investigate the mediating effect of psychological capital and coping style tendency on the relationship between emotional intelligence and anxiety in Chinese adolescents and provide empirical ev...
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The main goal of the study was to find out how much emotional intelligence and self-efficacy first-year university students in Bangladesh have and how that relates to how well they do in academics. It was also meant to find out how students' emotional intelligence and sense of self-efficacy differed based on their gender, where they lived, family s...
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Abstract This study was conducted to find out the effects of cultural intelligence, which is one of the strategies used in managing intercultural differences, and emotional intelligence which enables individuals to understand and manage their own emotions, to understand others’ emotions and develop their self-confidence, on care behaviour, which is...
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Editorial Note: In the last 10 years, the patient doctor relationship has been undergoing in drastic changes in India. Previously patient and doctors had mutual respect about each other. Patient always considered doctor as NEXT TO GOD. But now a days both are suspicious about each other. These paradigms change in doctor patient relationship present...
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The main general objective was to determine the effects of Emotional Intelligence and employee performance in Garment enterprises in Ethiopia. Primary data for the study were obtained through questionnaires with the employees of the company. Pearson correlation and Regression have been used in this study. As a result, the correlational study reveal...
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Purpose: This study aimed to design, implement, and evaluate a teacher training program to improve the quality and innovation of teaching practice. The program was designed to protect teachers' mental health and well-being, and increase their resilience and emotional competence while introducing innovative educational methodologies. Participants...
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This is a comparative study of Emotional Intelligence among college going students based on some categorical variables. The purpose of this study is to find out whether there is any difference in students' Emotional Intelligence based on their gender, residential location and stream of study. So, to gather an in-depth understanding in this field al...
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Introduction Emotional Intelligence (EI) is first described by Salovey and Mayer as the ability to perceive and understand emotions and the ability to use them as supports for thoughts. Despite the great notoriety of EI, its definition remains not completely clear. An operative definition of EI can be achieved by studying its connection with other...
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In the present work we explored in two separate studies the modulatory role of trait emotional intelligence (EI) over the effect exerted on children’s creative potential by two other key elements defining creativity, namely cognitive resources (here explored through basic executive functions, Study 1) and contextual-environmental factors (that is,...
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Both intelligence quotient and emotional quotient are considered as very crucial trait in manger. The present study aims at studying emotional intelligence among managers of hospitality industry and to assess relationship between job related factors and their emotional intelligence level. Job related factor used in this study are work experience le...
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, in adapting to social and work changes and new technological methods for remote teaching, teachers were subjected to increased work pressure, which affected their well-being and led to increased negative stress and burnout. This study was designed to test whether dysfunctional outcomes resulting from adapting to new wa...
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Quadruped robots are currently used in industrial robotics as mechanical aid to automate several routine tasks. However, presently, the usage of such a robot in a domestic setting is still very much a part of the research. This paper discusses the understanding and virtual simulation of such a robot capable of detecting and understanding human emot...
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Background: Recognizing and strengthening emotional intelligence is useful in all members of society, especially students. By recognizing emotional intelligence and applying it, students can achieve more success in their career. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between emotional intelligence and academic achievement among s...
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Machines are continually being channelized in the current era of automation to deliver accurate interpretations of what people communicate on social media. The human species is today engulfed in the concept of what and how people believe, and the decisions made as a result are mostly dependent on the sway of the masses on social media platforms. Th...
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Technology and fast-paced life has made us adopt an online life, and has made the world a global village. We tend to order a lot of commodities online, of which food remains the most ordered one. Convenience and fast delivery are the most common reasons consumers order food online. but this convenience comes as a cost, we often neglect the stress u...
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Improving Teachers' Organizational Citizenship Behavior Based on Emotional Intelligence and Psychological Capital. Objectives: This study investigates the effect of emotional intelligence on teachers' psychological capital (PsyCap) and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) and how PsyCap mediates emotional intelligence in affecting OCB. Methods...
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During their education, students are required to carry out various lecture processes and tasks, and also to complete academic assignments. The lots of lecture assignments that must be completed on time, and also a poor self-management of some students can cause academic stress. Self-efficacy and Emotional intelligence are possible factors that can...
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The financial sector in Pakistan is rapidly experiencing changes and reforms that impact the employees’ job performance. Although the argument on how to predict the financial sector employees’ job performance remains complex and always a hard task to evaluate. Preliminary research identifies the existing literature gaps by scrutinizing the substant...
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Emotion is a compelling factor in the retention and job satisfaction of professionals, and the impacts of emotional feelings and reactions have become an indispensable issue in the nursing workforce. Drawing on the cognitive theory of emotions, this study bridges the research gap to investigate the relationships among emotional blackmail, emotional...
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Objectives – This paper investigates the impact of psychological workplace climate (PWC) on employee well-being (EWB). It also examines the moderating effect of emotional intelligence (EI) on the relationship of psychological workplace climate and overall employee well-being. Design/Methodology/Approach – Quantitative approach is used as a design i...
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This study aims to determine the effect of locus of control, emotional intelligence and the learning process on the understanding of introductory accounting courses. And to find out whether interest in learning moderates locus of control, emotional intelligence and the learning process towards understanding introductory accounting courses. This res...
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The effectiveness of coping behavior depends not only on a successful strategy but also on the individual characteristics of a person. Age, sex, intelligence, social status, gender identity - all these influence the coping ability and resilience of an individual. In mo- dern psychological research, there is some confusion between the concepts of ‘s...
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This study aims to determine the effect of HR competence, emotional intelligence, and work ethic on work productivity with work motivation as an intervening variable on employees of CV Mitra Dunia Palettindo in Beji-Pasuruan. This study uses a quantitative approach. This research was conducted at CV. Pallettindo World Partners. The population taken...
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The present study investigated the association between emotional intelligence (EI) and academic burnout with a self-efficacy’s (SE) mediating effect among university students. A cross sectional research design was used in this study which was carried out in Karachi from September 2018 to January 2019. The sample involved 400 full time regular unive...
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Culture shock is one of the main problems for newcomer students. Some factors influencing culture shock include social support, emotional intelligence, and resilience. This study aimed to investigate the direct effect of social support and emotional intelligence on culture shock and indirectly through resilience. 85 newcomer students participated i...
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Humans have evolved with more intelligence as individuals. Although, the restless life of an individual has becomes poor in emotional balance and impulse control. This contributes to a major portion of blame behind the growing number of suicides, divorces, and mental disorders which have increased in today's society. Daniel Goleman's Emotional Inte...
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It is necessary to motivate university students to reduce the dropout rate in Spain, and to look for strategies that help university students acquire professional competencies; this is where gamification can be useful. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the influence of a learning methodology based on gamification and cooperative work in peer...
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The objective of this research is to determine, from an administrative perspective, the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and the entrepreneurial spirit in Othón P. Blanco and Felipe Carrillo Puerto in the State of Quintana Roo, Mexico. According to the specialized literature on the subject, the main authors cited are Goleman (1995), Maye...
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Emotional intelligence comes almost automatically to humans when we respond instinctively. This basic level of intelligence tells us how to behave in certain scenarios. However, can this understanding be used with the help of technology in selecting efficient managers in the construction industry where the rate of increase in costs and delays in th...
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The literature has shown that emotional intelligence can control a person's rational decision-making and also contribute to mathematical problem-solving. There have been many correlational studies investigating the effect of emotional intelligence on the mathematical problem-solving abilities of students in Indonesia. This study aims to summarize t...
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(1) Background: Increased stress and study overload during adolescence could be related to academic burnout. Anxiety sensitivity of students seems to affect burnout levels, while emotional intelligence enables emotion management under stressful conditions. The objective of this study is to analyze the roles of anxiety sensitivity and emotional inte...
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The focus of this study was on students' emotional intelligence when learning English as a foreign language in the eleventh grade of MA Al-Khairiyah Pipitan's social sciences major. The goal of this study was to find out why students felt frightened, nervous, and uninterested in studying English, as well as how to overcome their emotional intellige...
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The employee job anxiety has been a concept which has been gain more attention in the present world specially in relation with the changes of environment and economy. Available literature has been provided evidence to prove the fact that supervisors can be anxiety provoking factor within organization and emotional intelligence and personality can s...
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The moral and mental degradation of students indicates low emotional intelligence in various countries, including Indonesia, with indicators of loss of manners, bad language, bullying, brawling, etc. This study aimed to determine the influence of students’ emotional intelligence levels on the manners character of 5th-grade students of Madrasah Ibti...
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Background The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of an intervention based on an emotional intelligence component on the coping skills of academic stress in medical students. Methods This research has been done in two descriptive and quasi-experimental sections in the academic student. In order to determine the effect of emotional...
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The green leadership (GL) concept has significantly gained popularity over the last decade. Consequently, more research has been conducted on this emerging leadership concept, emphasizing leadership styles that promote the green environment so that sustainable goals can be achieved. In the present research, leaders' emotional intelligence (EI) is p...
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Aim: To develop an emotional intelligence (EI) test and evaluate its psychometrics for social and healthcare student selection. Design: A cross-sectional methodological design. Methods: The test was developed based on a systematic review and focus group interviews. Content validity was evaluated with expert panels, and preliminary psychometric...
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This research aims to analyze the effect of dual role conflict on the female employees performance, analyze the effect of job stress on the female employees performance, and analyze the effect of emotional intelligence on the female employees performance. Every company always wants to have employees who doing great on their job, because having good...
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The work readiness of final-year students shows the quality of available human resources. This research aims to determine the influence of career readiness on the dependent variables and the mediating relationship for the variables of emotional independence, social support, and career decision self-efficacy. Meanwhile, the mediating relationship be...
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In many parts of the world, early marriage is a persisting problem. The number of early marriage in Indonesia increases every year and, if the condition persists, will pose a serious risk for the young brides both physically and mentally. Psychologically, young brides experience burdens and pressures from internal and external sources hence they ne...