Emotional intelligence: current evidence from psychophysiological, educational and organizational perspectives
Psychology Research Progress; Variation: Psychology research progress series.
Format: Book Chapter
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Nova Publishers
Place of Publication: New York
Source ID: shanti-sources-89011
Collection: Evidence-based Teacher Professional Development
Abstract: In the last two and a half decades, the concept of Emotional Intelligence has not only gained acceptance in the scientific community, but exploded all over the place, becoming a popular term used (and abused) by everyone. As the concept matured, two things happened: On one hand, more and more empirical evidence supported the concept's applicability in a broad range of contexts and settings. On the other hand, the evidence put the early expectation of the concept in perspective, humbling pioneering claims of EI being the concept accounting for everything that traditional concepts (like intellig.