A multi-faceted method for validating emotional intelligence Public

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  • The Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) purports to assess emotional intelligence, which includes the ability to successfully identify and manage emotions. To test the validity of this claim, 21 students took the MSCIET along with a several other performance measures and personality scales, and their scores were correlated. The MSCEIT was associated with accurate emotional perception and the successful communication of emotional content, but no relationship with personality scales was established. The results support the concurrent validity of the MSCEIT and provide suggestive evidence for the integrity of the emotional intelligence construct. The Expression and Judgment Task (EJT) was developed for this study to help validate the MSCEIT and demonstrated encouraging potential as a new measure of interpersonal sensitivity.
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