March 23, 2017
Impact of Age and Educational Stream on Emotional Intelligence
This study is aimed to explore the effects of age and educational stream on emotional intelligence. One hundred sixty subjects are drawn from Government Girls PG College of Excellence, Sagar. A 2X 2 factorial design was employed. Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS) by Hyde et.al. has been administered to subjects. The ANOVA shows that the main effect of age (Junior: X=127.81/Senior: X=140.60) reached on acceptable level of statistical significance [F (1,156) = 44.07, p<0.01, and the main effect of Educational Stream (Science: X= 139.96/Arts: X=128.45) was also found significant difference [F(1, 156) = 78.73, p>0.01]. The results revealed that senior subjects were found superior than on Emotional Intelligence junior subjects. It is also noteworthy that impact of science subjects was found positive on EI tests scores and studying science improves Emotional Intelligence. Implications and recommendations for developing emotional intelligence in students are discussed.
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© 2017 Gupta S, Rajak B
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Gupta S, Rajak B (2017), Impact of Age and Educational Stream on Emotional Intelligence
, International Journal of Indian Psychology, Volume 4 (2) DIP: 18.01.154/20170402 , DOI: 10.25215/0402.154
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