| Published: May 25, 2017
Efficacy of Emotional Intelligence on Psychological Well-being of Doctors
Emotional intelligence integrates knowing and managing one’s and others’ emotions. Emotional intelligence in a way complements rational intelligence as both the intelligence involves the process of understanding. Many people who are logically and rationally very intelligent but they have a lack of emotional intelligence. The present study was conducted to explore the effectiveness of emotional Intelligence on Psychological Well-being of doctors. For the present research, work investigator has selected sample of 100 male and female doctors from Jodhpur district. All the doctors were screened through Emotional Intelligence Inventory by Mangal S. K. and Mangal, S. Further total sample was divided into two categories i.e. high emotional intelligence (32) and low emotional intelligence (28) group purposively. Similarly, Psychological Well-Being measured through scale developed by Sisodia, D. S. and Choudhary, P. Findings of present research revealed that doctors who have higher emotional intelligence also have greater psychological well-being as compared to doctors with low emotional intelligence.
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© 2017, Kanojia V, Varma V
Received: April 01, 2017; Revision Received: May 03, 2017; Accepted: May 25, 2017
Published in Volume 04, Issue 6, April-June, 2017