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Salovey & Mayer's ability-based model of emotional intellige

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Transcript of Salovey & Mayer's ability-based model of emotional intellige

Salovey & Mayer's ability-based model of emotional intelligence
Four branches of emotional intelligence
1. Emotional perception and expression
2. Emotional facilitation of thought (using emotional intelligence)
3. Emotional understanding
4. Emotional management

Skills
1. Flexible planning
2. Creative thinking
3. Redirected attention
4. Motivation
Emotional growth
Painful emotions are a crucial component of one’s personal growth.
It is important to utilize emotions rather than work against them.
The Mayer-Savoley-Caruso Emotional test
5000 participants aged 17 and over.
Tests involved;
Perceiving emotion
Emotional facilitation
Understanding emotions
Managing emotions
Strengths & Weakness
What is emotional intelligence?
Salovey and Mayer defined emotional intelligence as; ‘The subset of social intelligence that involves 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.’
New aspect of intelligence that demonstrates how emotional intelligence is key to success
People may be have innate emotional intelligence but yet be emotionally damaged.
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