Samples "Emotion"


Article Review on The EQ Factor

The article reviewed was The EQ Factor by Nancy Gibbs. The article was published in Time Magazine in 2001. This is a fascinating article that discusses an area of intelligence that has recently received increased attention. While for most of the Twentieth Century, a person’s IQ was considered an important...

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Assessment and Selection

A term coined by two researchers Peter Salovey and John Mayer, Emotional Intelligence refers to the ability of one to recognize, understand own emotions as well as understanding and influencing that of others (Campion et al., 2011). Strong emotional intelligence skills are required today because they enable an employee to...

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The Value of Doubt

It seems that a true and deep acceptance of being ignorant may be the most valuable awareness any human being may have, and because the converse goes to so many potentials of wrongdoing. Throughout human history it is clear that absolute certainty often leads to unethical behaviors or even violent...

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Cognitive and Socioemotional Development

In this case study we will examine cognitive and socioemotional development of Jayla, a 22-year old newly graduate student. In addition, we will analyze the progress of her development and modification of her religious views and perceptions from the perspective of Perry's theory of Forms of Intellectual and Ethical Development...

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Emotional Dependence On The Opinions Of Others

Personal development relies on maturity, broadening of the mind and continuing knowledge and social understanding as well as many other key life facets. This paper will effectively argue that emotional dependence on the opinions of others is a hindrance to personal development and ultimately, the ability of individuals to grow...

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Stupidity v Ignorance

In comparing the states of being of stupidity and ignorance, a variety of factors come into play that affect situations of these conditions differently. Nonetheless, ignorance and stupidity are essentially states of unawareness, or “unknowing.” This is what they both represent. However, and as will be seen, ignorance is better...

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Granting Forgiveness

Learning how to forgive others when they have caused hurt, sadness, or pain, is perhaps one of the most valuable skills one can learn in their lifetime. On the other side, many may believe that, by forgiving, they are letting their perpetrator ‘win,’ or gain control over their emotions and...

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Response to Daniel Siegel’s Brainstorm

Daniel Siegel in his book, Brainstorm - The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain explores, the mind and behaviors of a person during his or her adolescence. In his book, he explains a number of concept among which I feel will influence my life in terms of behavior, life...

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Considerations Of Emotional Intelligence (EI) In Dealing With Change Decision Management

The article seeks to demonstrate how the utilization of Emotional Intelligence (EI) is advocated as a way of evaluating ways in which a firm can increase staff performance and output. Besides, it focuses on developing a more effective human resource approach to managing organizational change. According to the author, organizations...

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Fight or Flight Response

The fight or flight response is commonly defined as a physiological reaction to a perceived attack or threat. This bodily response was first discovered by Walter Cannon (1929) while observing animals’ behavior under stressful circumstances; his findings revealed that when animals feel threatened, the sympathetic nervous system reacts by providing...

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Emotional Intelligence and Effective Leadership

The Concept of Emotional Intelligence As theory evolves, the essential concept of emotional intelligence (EI) has undergone revision, and revision expanding its basic meaning. Initially, EI was perceived as a complex system of feeling and thought, in which the various elements function in complementary ways. It was seen as the...

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