During the last three decades, research on emotional intelligence (EI) has continuously increased in order to understand its nature and its effects on diverse life variables including outstanding performance, leadership or life satisfaction. In parallel and independently from the different competing models of EI and the subsequently applied measurement tools, research has shown that in each of these approaches EI can be developed. However, evidence on how and how effectively this is done in higher education is still scarce. After covering the areas of the theoretical models, the three paper sections of this doctoral thesis focus on establishing construct validity among different measures of emotional and social competencies (ESC).

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Canboy, Basak

Emotional and Social Competencies: Developing and measuring emotional and social comptetencies in higher education

07/2014
itemDefault During the last three decades, research on emotional intelligence (EI) has continuously increased in order to understand its nature and its effects on diverse life variables including outstanding performance, leadership or life satisfaction. In parallel and independently from the different competing models of EI and the subsequently applied measurement tools, research has shown that in each of these approaches EI can be developed. However, evidence on how and how effectively this is done in higher education is still scarce. After covering the areas of the theoretical models, the three paper sections of this doctoral thesis focus on establishing construct validity among different measures of emotional and social competencies (ESC).
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Emotional and Social Competencies: Developing and measuring emotional and social comptetencies in higher education
Canboy, Basak
ESADE. Universitat Ramon Llull (URL)

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