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1 1/6/2014 Nancy C. McClure 1 Bar-On Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i) A Measure of Emotional Intelligence

2 1/6/ EI Quiz IQ and EQ are measures of the same psychological constructs. False. IQ: cognitive EQ: emotional IQ and EQ predict success in life equally well. False. IQ: between 1 and 20% effective EQ: between 27 and 45% effective

3 1/6/ EI Quiz (contd.) EI is a new concept. False. 1870s: Darwin 1990: Mayer and Salovey IQ and EQ remain the same throughout life. False. IQ: peaks around 17 and wanes during old age EQ: rises through the 40s and tapers a bit

4 1/6/ EI Quiz (contd.) 733 millionaires ranked IQ where in a list of 30 items contributing to their successes? 21 st Top Five Honesty Discipline Relationships Supportive spouse Hard work

5 1/6/ Definitions Intelligence Quotient (IQ) Measure of cognitive intelligence Cognitive Intelligence concentrate and plan organize material use and understand words assimilate and interpret facts Emotional Quotient (EQ) Measure of emotional intelligence Emotional Intelligence Tune in to the world Read situations Connect with others while taking charge of your own life

6 Research on Emotional Intelligence: Emotions in Reasoning & Social Functioning Better interpersonal relationships and personal success Bar-On (2008) and Stein & Book (2006) Correlates in metaprocessing (knowing what to do to feel better), abstract understanding (analyzing emotions), knowledge-base processing (remembering previous emotions and their feelings), input processing (perceiving emotion in faces) Mayer, Salovey, Caruso, & Sitarenios (2001) Biological basis for cognitive-emotional connection Zull (2002) 1/6/2014 6

7 Research on Emotional Intelligence Higher EI Predicts Successful FY Transition Parker, Duffy, Wood, Bond, & Hogan (2005) EI Skills in FYE Enhance Retention Schutte & Malouff (2002) Strong Relationship Between EI and Academic Performance of Grad Students Jaeger, A. J. (2003) 1/6/2014 7

8 8 EI Building Blocks or Skills (EQ-i Composite Scales) Intrapersonal Interpersonal Stress Management Adaptability General Mood

9 1/6/ Intrapersonal Subscales Self-Regard Emotional Self-Awareness Assertiveness Independence Self-Actualization

10 1/6/ Interpersonal Subscales Empathy Social Responsibility Interpersonal Relationships

11 1/6/ Stress Management Subscales Stress Tolerance Impulse Control

12 1/6/ Adaptability Subscales Reality Testing Flexibility Problem Solving

13 1/6/ General Mood Subscales Optimism Happiness

14 1/6/ The Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i) 133 brief items Five-point Likert-type scale, ranges from Not true of me to True of me minutes to complete Sixth-grade reading level Suitable for people 16 years and older Four validity scale scores, a total EQ score, five composite scale scores, and 15 subscale scores Converted scores based on a mean of 100 and SD 15 Normed on over 4,000 of different ethnicities High statistical reliability and validity

15 1/6/ Application Exercises Case Studies EQ Composite Scale Scores EQ Subscale Scores Applications to Teaching

16 1/6/ References Bar-On, R. (2008). Emotional quotient inventory: A measure of emotional intelligence. New York: Multi-Health Systems, Inc. Jaeger, A. J. (2003). Job competencies and the curriculum: An inquiry into emotional intelligence in graduate professional education. Research in Higher Education, 44(6), Mayer, J. D., Salovey, P., Caruso, D. R., & Sitarenios, G. (2001). Emotional intelligence as a standard intelligence. Emotion, 1(3), Parker, J. D., Duffy, J. M., Wood, L. M., Bond, B. J., & Hogan, M. J. (2005). Academic achievement and emotional intelligence: Predicting the successful transition from high school to university. Journal of the First-Year Experience, 17(1), 1-11.

17 References Schutte, N. S., & Malouff, J. M. (2002). Incorporating emotional skills content in a college transition course enhances student retention. Journal of the First-Year Experience, 14(1), Stein, S. J., & Book, H. E. (2006). The EQ edge: Emotional intelligence and your success. Mississauga, ON: John Wiley & Sons Canada, Ltd. Zull, J. E. (2002). The art of changing the brain. Sterling, VA: Stylus. Presenter Contact Information: 1/6/

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