By Con Stough, Donald H. Saklofske, James D. A. Parker
Managing human feelings performs a serious position in daily functioning. After years of full of life debate at the value and validity of its build, emotional intelligence (EI) has generated a strong physique of theories, learn reports, and measures. Assessing Emotional Intelligence: thought, learn, and Applications strengthens this theoretical and proof base via addressing the newest advances and rising chances in EI evaluate, examine, and applications.
This quantity demonstrates the research and alertness of EI throughout disciplines, starting from psychometrics and neurobiology to schooling and undefined. Assessing Emotional Intelligence conscientiously opinions the major size concerns in EI, and best specialists current EI as eminently functional and punctiliously modern as they provide the newest findings on:
- EI tools, together with the EQ-I, MSCEIT, TEIQue, Genos Emotional Intelligence stock, and the Assessing feelings Scale.
- The position of EI throughout scientific disorders.
- Training pros and employees to use EI within the workplace.
- Relationships among EI and academic outcomes.
- Uses of EI in activities psychology.
- The cross-cultural relevance of EI.
As the individuals to this quantity within the Springer sequence on Human Exceptionality clarify, those insights and strategies carry wealthy power for execs in such fields as social and character psychology, commercial and organizational psychology, psychiatry, enterprise, and education.
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Conclusion In this chapter, the topics of reliability and validity in relation to the evaluation of psychometric scores were introduced and described in some detail. Test–retest reliability was described; however, its actual utility as an indicator Psychometrics and the Measurement of Emotional Intelligence 37 of reliability was questioned, although its value as an indicator of stability was supported. Internal consistency reliability was discussed; however, the application of the ubiquitous Cronbach’s alpha was criticized in favour of a more modern reliability estimation technique known as omega, which can accommodate more realistic assumptions associated with data typically obtained in practice.
Content validity – The source of my discontent. Applied Psychological Measurement, 1, 1–10. Hancock, G. , & Mueller, R. O. (2001).
The jingle fallacy may be argued to be relevant to the area of EI, particularly within the context of ability-based model measures of EI and mixed-model measures of EI. That is, measures from both models are often referred to as measures of ‘‘emotional intelligence’’, yet the reported correlations between ability-based model measures and self-report measures is so low as to suggest that they measure largely different attributes. Consequently, while two measures may sound similar (‘‘jingle’’), they can nonetheless be demonstrated to measure largely unique sources of variance.
Assessing Emotional Intelligence: Theory, Research, and Applications by Con Stough, Donald H. Saklofske, James D. A. Parker