A Critical Summary of the Concept of Emotional Intelligence
David Wechsler defined intelligence as " the aggregate or global capacity of the individual to act purposely, to think rationally, and to deal effectively with his environment", however the issue of intelligence has always managed to raise many debates and arguments within psychology. The very nature of intelligence makes it extremely difficult to define in any exact way.
"For many years the study of intelligence focused mainly on the adaptive use of cognition, the publication of the book by Goleman 1995, 'Emotional Intelligence', made popular the notion of viewing the experience and expressions of emotions as a domain of intelligence" (Shutte et al 1998). Emotional intelligence attempts to cover the aspects of personality that are not included in IQ and other traditional intelligence tests, most of these are deemed to be non-intellectual.…
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