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An exploration of the impact of emotional and general intelligence on individual performance. Personality and individual differences, 28 Some New Data and Conclusions.

These Global Factors are:. This may be because they lack internalized standards or simply because they follow unconventional values. Intelligence, 27 If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? This index should not replace full-length measures of cognitive ability. They are most effective in organized and structured situations, and may find it hard to deal with unpredictability.


Abstracted, imaginative, idea-oriented, contemplative. Common ground and controversy pp. Openness to Change Q1 ———————————————————————————. Cuestionario de personalidad para adolescentes Schuerger, J.

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Universidad de Murcia Spain. They tend to be artistic and refined in their interests and tastes. Australian Journal of Psychology, 60 Get to Know Us. Creatividad e Inteligencia Emocional: Elementos para la validez del constructo en adolescentes portugueses.

Reliabilities, age and gender differences. At the extreme, they may be seen as inflexible or preoccupied with tasks. No statistically significant differences were found for creativity dimensions depending on the emotional intelligence level.


Extreme deference can disappoint those who wish for a more forceful or participating response from them. Extreme scorers may be so focused on subjective aspects of situations that they overlook more functional aspects. DHAC -Desarrollo de las habilidades cognitivas: Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Nevertheless, studies focusing on emotionally intelligent persons are scarce. Emotional intelligence as a standard intelligence.

Factor structure and validity of a trait emotional intelligence measure. Tolerates disorder, unexacting, casual, lax. Vol 2, No 1 A meta-analytic investigation of predictive cat and nomological net. At the extreme, they may not be effective in situations where they need to function independently or where others are giving poor direction or advice.


Psicothema, 3 19 Traditional, attached to familiar, resistant to change. Extreme scorers may seem flexible and spontaneous, but they may also seem unorganized, unprepared, or undisciplined.

They may find it hard to rein in their enthusiasm in situations that call for restraint or decorum.

E-Journal of Applied Psychology: Emotional Intelligence2 2 They tend to worry aptituves things and to feel anxious and insecure. Creative abilities in early childhood. Extreme scorers may be seen as gullible, and may be uncomfortable in situations where close relationships are inaccessible.

They may not worry about conventions, obligations, or following rules and regulations. Extreme scorers can be so absorbed in thought that they can be absentminded and impractical. Gifted and non-gifted students: They enjoy experimenting, and tend to think critically or question authority.

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