The relationship between mixed emotional intelligence:
The study I chose is from psychological society of South Africa. Done by Casper J.J Van Zyi and Katrina De Bruin, this study is about the relationship between mixed emotional intelligence and the coloration of EI and personality. It involved a mixed model emotional intelligence and trait measurement of personality. This correlation study involved two independent studies. Each made up of secondary data collected from respondent’s completing the assignments for selection or development purposes. The first sample consisted of a sample of participants, comprised of 388 participants (241men and 147 woman) ranging in age from 22years to 62 years old. The second sample consisted of 615 participants; comprised of (382 men and 233 women) their age’s ranges between 19 years and 68 years. The participants were working adults that completed the assignments between 2007 and 2010 for selection and development purposes. The two inter-battery factor analysts were conducted, the first was conducted with the scale of the EQ-i and the HPI and the second was the scale of EQ-i and the WPI. There were similar factors found in this study between model EI and personality. The study found certain factors were greater in some areas. The measuring instruments used in sample one was of the EQ-I and the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI). Sample two contained the EQ-I and the Work Personality Index (WPI). The EQ-I or Emotional Quotient Inventory was designed to measure emotional intelligence by means of 133 items on a five point responsive scale. The instrument aims to measure an array of non-cognitive abilities related to an individuals coping ability and general psychological well-being. The HPI, Hogan Personality Inventory is a measure of a normal personality based on a five factor model. A total of 206 items are endorsed by means of forced choices yes/no answers. The WPI, Work Personality Index identifies personality traits that...
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