Development and validation of a measure of emotional intelligence
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This series of studies describe the development of a measure of emotional intelligence based on the mode1 of emotional intelligence developed by Salovey and Mayer [Salovey, P. & Mayer, J. D. (1990).Emotional intelligence. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 9, 185-211.1. A pool of 62items represented the different dimensions of the model. A factor analysis of the responses of 346participants suggested the creation of a 33-item scale.
Additional studies showed the 33-item measure to have good internal consistency and test-retest reliability. Validation studies showed that scores on the 33-item measure (a) correlated with eight of nine theoretically related constructs, including alexithymia, attention to feelings, clarity of feelings, mood repair, optimism and impulse control; (b) predicted first-year college grades; (c) were significantly higher for therapists than for therapy clients or for prisoners; (d) were significantly higher for females than males, consistent with prior findings in studies of emotional skills; (e) were not related to cognitive ability and (f) were associated with the openness to experience trait of the big five personality dimensions.
Authors of the Article
- Nicola S. Schutte
- John M. Malouff
- Lena E. Hall
- Donald J. Haggerty
- Joan T. Cooper
- Charles J. Golden
- Liane Dornheim
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