September 25, 2014
Gender and Emotional Intelligence of Collage going students
Emotional intelligence is social and acquisitive in nature so either consciously or unconsciously parents and children represent their emotion in an expressive way to one another, in their interaction. It seems that further to individual differences of boy and girl, the expectation of society and people around, especially parents, are different in terms of children’s sexuality. As per our society, girls are mostly expected to be more expressive of feelings, whereas abstaining from feelings expression in boys is strengthened as a manly model. The research showed that emotional intelligence is meaningful associated with gender differences. The present study examined the effect of effects of emotional intelligence on male and female students. The total participant of the present study is 150 (75 male and 75 female. All students belongs to master level studying in various colleges in Ghaziabad were selected in randomly the data was collected through standardized “Emotional Intelligence Test” by Hydes & Dethe. t-test was conducted to compare between means. Then, an over view of the paper is include a demonstration of the influence of gender differences on Emotional Intelligence is also given. Finally in conclusion it is important to realize that girls are higher than boys in emotional intelligence.
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© 2014 Pooja Verma, Dr. Pubalin Dash
How to cite this article:
Pooja Verma, Dr. Pubalin Dash. (2014). Gender and Emotional Intelligence of Collage going students. International Journal of Indian Psychology, 1 (4). DOI: 10.25215/0104.014, DIP: 18.01.014/20140104
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