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Examining correlates of change in emotional intelligence during early adolescence / Vesna Buško, Ana Babić Čikeš.

By: Buško, Vesna.
Contributor(s): Babić Čikeš, Ana [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: Examining correlates of change in emotional intelligence during early adolescence [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.06 | ability-based emotional intelligence ; intraindividual changes ; early adolescents | ability-based emotional intelligence ; intraindividual changes ; early adolescents In: 6th International Congress on Emotional IntelligenceAbstract: The study focuses on the development of emotional abilities and its correlates in early adolescence. The analyses of sources of inter- and intraindividual differences in emotional intelligence (EI) were done using three composite performance-based measures, along with peer- and teacher ratings of the emotion-related reasoning abilities, that is, perception, understanding, and management of emotions. The data originate from the longitudinal study of EI conceptualized within the ability-based model, and conducted in three time points within two years on the sample of 517 primary school students aged 10 to 15 years. By use of the true change modeling procedures (e.g., Steyer, Eid, and Schwenkmezer, 1997) significant intraindividual variability was detected between the measurement occasions in all performance EI measures. Interindividual differences in scores on EI measures within an occasion as well as in intraindividual changes between occasions were predictable by cognitive ability measures and, to a lesser extent, by specific personality traits. The amount of variability in EI latent change scores and the structure of relationship with selected ability and personality measures varied with student gender and the EI operationalization used. The findings add to the existing evidence on construct and incremental validity of the EI measures intended for early adolescence.
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The study focuses on the development of emotional abilities and its correlates in early adolescence. The analyses of sources of inter- and intraindividual differences in emotional intelligence (EI) were done using three composite performance-based measures, along with peer- and teacher ratings of the emotion-related reasoning abilities, that is, perception, understanding, and management of emotions. The data originate from the longitudinal study of EI conceptualized within the ability-based model, and conducted in three time points within two years on the sample of 517 primary school students aged 10 to 15 years. By use of the true change modeling procedures (e.g., Steyer, Eid, and Schwenkmezer, 1997) significant intraindividual variability was detected between the measurement occasions in all performance EI measures. Interindividual differences in scores on EI measures within an occasion as well as in intraindividual changes between occasions were predictable by cognitive ability measures and, to a lesser extent, by specific personality traits. The amount of variability in EI latent change scores and the structure of relationship with selected ability and personality measures varied with student gender and the EI operationalization used. The findings add to the existing evidence on construct and incremental validity of the EI measures intended for early adolescence.

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