Emotional Intelligence and Cognitive Abilities
by Puri Checa, Pablo Fernandez-Berrocal
Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A. 2016
Number of pages: 170
Nowadays, not only psychologists are interested in the study of Emotional Intelligence (EI). Teachers, educator, managers, employers, and people in general pay attention to EI. EI is broadly defined as the capacity to process and use emotional information.
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