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Emotional Intelligence: Emotional Intelligence Framework of Salovey and Mayer

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Emotional Intelligence Framework of Salovey and Mayer

In their article from 1990, “Emotional Intelligence,” Professors Peter Salovey and John D. Mayer define emotional intelligence as “the ability to monitor one ′ s own and others ′ feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them and to use this information to guide one ′ s thinking and actions” . This definition shows that emotions can be a guide to logical thinking and goal-oriented actions, and that emotions can actually enhance rationality. The framewor…

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Measurement of Intelligence: Classification of Intelligence Tests

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Classification of Intelligence Tests

On the Basis of Test Administration

Individual Test

  • It is administered on one person at a time. Essentials of individual test include strong rapport with the subjects, availability of an experts or trained personnel to administer the test and help i…

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