Latest Emotional intelligence Stories

2008-01-29 11:50:00

In an interview with Newsweek's Joan Raymond, British Researcher Adrian Furnham reveals that men are not necessarily more intelligent than their female counterparts; however they certainly believe that they are. Adrian Furnham is a professor of psychology at University College London who studies "perceived intelligence", or how smart people think they are. Furnham's analysis of nearly 30 studies showed that in all actuality, men and women are fairly equal in terms of IQ. He claims that...

2005-10-04 14:28:44

Blacksburg, Va. -- The emotional intelligence of students indirectly contributes to academic success in information technology studies, preliminary results from a study led by Virginia Tech researchers show. The research team, led by Pamplin College of Business faculty members, measured how well students in computer science and information systems coped with stressful situations and their levels of emotional intelligence, defined as "the ability to perceive, assess, and positively influence...

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