Presentation on theme: "Santa Rastenyte PSbd8-02 (Emotional Intelligence)."— Presentation transcript:
Santa Rastenyte PSbd8-02 (Emotional Intelligence)
Content Definition of emotionsDefinition of emotions The functions of emotionsThe functions of emotions Schema of distributing emotionsSchema of distributing emotions The Salovey and Mayer model of emotional intelligenceThe Salovey and Mayer model of emotional intelligence ConclusionConclusion ReferencesReferences
EMOTIONS are feelings that generally have both psychological and cognitive elements and that influence behavior
The Functions of Emotions Preparing us for actionPreparing us for action Shaping our future behaviorShaping our future behavior Helping us interact more effectively with othersHelping us interact more effectively with others
The Salovey and Mayer’s model of emotional intelligence
Perceiving Emotions Ability to: Identify emotion in a person’s physical and psychological statesIdentify emotion in a person’s physical and psychological states Identify emotions in other peopleIdentify emotions in other people Express emotions accurately and express needs related to themExpress emotions accurately and express needs related to them Discriminate between authentic and inauthentic emotionsDiscriminate between authentic and inauthentic emotions
Using Emotions to Facilitate Thought Ability to: Redirect and prioritize thinking on the basis of associated feelings Regenerate emotions to facilitate judgment and memory Capitalize on mood changes to appreciate multiple points of view Use emotional states to facilitate problem solving and creativity
Understanding Emotions Ability to: Understand relationships among various emotionsUnderstand relationships among various emotions Perceive the causes and consequences of emotionsPerceive the causes and consequences of emotions Understand complex feelings, emotional blends, and contradictory statesUnderstand complex feelings, emotional blends, and contradictory states Understand transitions among emotionsUnderstand transitions among emotions
Managing Emotions Ability to: Be open to feelings, both pleasant and unpleasantBe open to feelings, both pleasant and unpleasant Monitor and reflect on emotionsMonitor and reflect on emotions Engage, prolong, or detach from an emotional stateEngage, prolong, or detach from an emotional state Manage emotions in oneself and othersManage emotions in oneself and others
Conclusion Emotions play many important functions in our daily lives.Emotions play many important functions in our daily lives. Practicing some or all skills associated in the Salovey’s and Maye’s model of intelligence is robustly associated with positive interpersonal functioning.
References Robert S. Feldman. Understanding Psychology. 8th edition. McGraw-Hill, Inc. 2006.Robert S. Feldman. Understanding Psychology. 8th edition. McGraw-Hill, Inc. 2006. C.R. Snyder & Shane J. Lopez. Positive Psychology. London, 2007.C.R. Snyder & Shane J. Lopez. Positive Psychology. London, 2007.