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Running head: REVIEW OF RESEARCH LITERATURE Review of Research literature: Trait emotional intelligence and academic performance: Controlling for the effects of IQ, personality, and self-concept Manuel Flores Arizona State University
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REVIEW OF RESEARCH LITERATURE Review of Research literature: Trait emotional intelligence and academic performance: Controlling for the effects of IQ, personality, and self-concept Introduction Question 1 Since trait emotional intelligence forms part of the lower levels of personality hierarchies, Ferrando et al postulates that the model creates a construct that exists outside the human cognitive ability and thus plays a role in influencing non-cognitive skills (2011). In conjunction with recent studies, a wide scope of literature explores the predicative validity of trait emotional within education setting and role played by other variables such as self concept, intelligence quotient and personality ( Ferrando et al., 2011). This research therefore aims at examining the impact of trait Emotional Intelligence on academic performance with consideration to the control of the aforementioned psychological variables such as personality intelligence and self-concept. Question 2 With the notion of trait emotional intelligence being independent of cognitive ability, this research supports the orthogonal hypothesis that correlations between trait emotional intelligence and intelligence Quotient tests among other indices of human performance depending on verbal and logical abilities are presumptively low or near zero. Method Section Question 1 Contrary to the commonly known ability-based emotional intelligence, this investigation utilized the trait intelligence model. As proposed by Petrides and colleagues in 2009, the trait intelligence model is predicated on the assumption that people possess certain emotional traits
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REVIEW OF RESEARCH LITERATURE and emotional self-perceptions that contribute greatly to the underlying personalities.
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