Self-Talk and Emotional Intelligence in University Students
Depape, Anne-Marie R., Hakim-Larson, Julie, Voelker, Sylvia, Page, Stewart, Jackson, Dennis L., Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science
The purpose of this study was to examine self-talk, year of university study, and gender as predictors of emotional intelligence in a diverse sample of 126 undergraduate participants (42 male, 84 female). Self-talk has been discussed in the literature as a means of enhancing self-awareness and self-regulation, both of which are considered important in the construct of emotional intelligence. Participants completed self-report questionnaires on self-talk and emotional intelligence. The results indicated that year of study and self-talk were significant predictors of emotional intelligence and were associated with emotional intelligence in a positive direction. Contrary to …
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Publication information: Article title: Self-Talk and Emotional Intelligence in University Students. Contributors: Depape, Anne-Marie R. - Author, Hakim-Larson, Julie - Author, Voelker, Sylvia - Author, Page, Stewart - Author, Jackson, Dennis L. - Author. Journal title: Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science. Volume: 38. Issue: 3 Publication date: July 2006. Page number: 250+. © Canadian Psychological Association Jan 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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