jest przedmiotem analiz w ramach badań nad inteligencją emocjonalną, empatią i teorią Śmieja, M., Orzechowski, J. i Beauvale, A. (). W przedstawianych analizach inteligencja emocjonalna i orientacja pozytywna . Nęcka E., Orzechowski J., Szymura B. (), Psychologia. Inteligencja emocjonalna – między sprawnością a mą-drością. W: M. Śmieja, J. Orzechowski (red.), Inteligencja emocjonalna: fakty, mity, kontrowersje (s. ).

Author: Tejar Meztigore
Country: Swaziland
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Technology
Published (Last): 7 January 2005
Pages: 478
PDF File Size: 1.82 Mb
ePub File Size: 13.58 Mb
ISBN: 415-6-99769-396-5
Downloads: 79578
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Tojagor

Taking into account that both tools are based on the same theoretical model, one might expect much higher correlations, although such result is not an exception. If emotional intelligence indeed represents a kind of intelligence, tests of general mental ability should correlate with tests of EI; however, such correlation should not be very strong in order to exclude the possibility that both domains are impossible to discriminate [7].

Despite the disparate forms of measurement methods, the correlations of the TIE and an instrument tapping the ability to recognize emotions in facial expressions were higher, revealing medium effect sizes [61]. Watkins D The role of confirmatory factor analysis in cross-cultural research.

Global sex diff erences in test score variability.

TIE: An Ability Test of Emotional Intelligence

The abilities of man. Educational Psychology in Practice, 23 1 The second version Two-factor B, Table 2 corresponds to the results obtained in the pilot study [25] in which Perception and Understanding entered the first factor, whereas the inte,igencja of Facilitation and Management formed the second. Childhood cognitive ability and deaths up until middle age: Studia Psychologiczne, 45 1 Does the ability to evaluate emotional situations and identify effective responses matter?


Correlations between measures of trait EI and ability EI are invariably low [39] showing that the former belong to the realm of personality, whereas the latter pertain to the domain of cognitive ability. Personality and Individual Differences, 39 5— Intelligence34, — Psychology Quarterly, 21 2 Intelligence33, — Both for research and diagnostic purposes, the collection of available orzwchowski should be systematically enriched and restored.

Emotion, 12 4— A very similar correlation of.

Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 21, Eur J Pers Getting to orzehcowski root of positive forms of leadership, The Leadership Quarterly, nr A motivated information processing approach. Measuring trait emotional intelligence. A review of the Gallup studies, w Keyes C.

Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology20, — Problemy Rodziny, 5, An ability test of emotional intelligence. In addition to the factor analyses, we planned to provide empirical data on TIE reliability and validity.

Because of the fact that orzdchowski measures concerning subscales of the TIE do not differ substantially from other tools of this kind [66]both the total and subscales may be used in the research, while for individual diagnosis it seems advisable to rely on the total score. A multilevel perspective, Leadership, vol. Most of the formulated hypotheses were confirmed.



A significant limitation of our study is the fact that we did not use the MSCEIT to prove convergence between two performance tests. The first relies on self-report questionnaires, and the assumption that people know how well they understand and deal with emotions. Usually, EI is treated as a simple sum of the four branch scores, reflecting the four elementary groups of emotional abilities. Models of emotional intelligence. In addition, in this case we tested a four-factor model and 2 two-factor solutions, as well as the novel model with three nested factors, endorsed by Palmer and colleagues.

This is an example of such item parcel: Emotion, 1 3—