Gr3 emotionalintell

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Published on July 10, 2008

Author: Milasunshine


Emotional Intelligence :, 2001 Emotional Intelligence In 1990, Dr. Peter Salovey of Yale and Dr. John Mayer of the University of New Hampshire began publishing articles about something they called "emotional intelligence." They tested how well people could identify emotions in faces, abstract designs and colors, and from these studies, they believed they discovered a sort of universal aptitude of emotions. It wasn't until 1995, however, when New York Times science writer Daniel Goleman wrote a popular book called Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, that the idea of emotional intelligence caught on in earnest. What’s that??? According to Goleman… : Culture Issues in Education, pg. 45 According to Goleman… “Emotional intelligence “is a type of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one’s own and others’ emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use the information to guide one’s thinking and actions.” Goleman suggests that EQ taps into the heart, as well as the head, and introduces a new gateway for measuring intelligence, for children and adults” When it comes to predicting success in life, EQ may be a better predictor than IQ. Marshmallow story Emotional Intelligence is made up of 5 Characteristics & Abilities: :, 2001 Emotional Intelligence is made up of 5 Characteristics & Abilities: Self-awareness--knowing your emotions, recognizing feelings as they occur, and discriminating between them Mood management--handling feelings so they're relevant to the current situation and you react appropriately Self-motivation--"gathering up" your feelings and directing yourself towards a goal, despite self-doubt, inertia, and impulsiveness Empathy--recognizing feelings in others and tuning into their verbal and nonverbal cues Managing relationships--handling interpersonal interaction, conflict resolution, and negotiations

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