I= EFFECT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
Pakistan Research Repository Home
 

Title of Thesis
EFFECT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

Author(s)
Amber Farooq
Institute/University/Department Details
Institute of Clinical Psychology/ University of Karachi
Session
2003
Subject
Clinical Psychology
Number of Pages
134
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
emotional intelligence, academic performance, interpersonal skills, intrapersonal skills, adaptability, general moods, stress management skills

Abstract
In this research an attempt has been made to investigate the effect of emotional intelligence on academic performance of student. Today it is generally believed that obtaining good academic results are not only primarily determined by higher “Emotional Intelligence” of students. Emotional intelligence incorporates the important aspects of interpersonal and intrapersonal relationships, adaptability, moods and stress management skills, which have a profound effect on the academic performance of students.

In order to measure emotional intelligence, the instrument EQ-i- questionnaire was selected. A sample consisted of two hundred and forty six(246) adolescent students, 123 males and 123 females, participated in this research. Initially they filled the demographic data form and then they rated themselves on EQ-i-test. Finally, their academic performance was appraised on the basis of their final exam, results for the last three years.

The scores of EQ-i- questionnaire of the students were statistically evaluated by “95% confidence interval” in order to determine high and low groups of emotional intelligence. The “T-test” was applied to the academic results of the students (to obtain comparison between high) and low groups of the above mentioned domains of emotional intelligence) and further to see the gender difference in academic performance.

The hypotheses have, without a doubt significantly proved that the students who score high on emotional intelligence specifically in the areas of interpersonal skills, intrapersonal skills, adaptability, general moods, and stress management skills tend to have good academic performance as compared to those who score low on these scales. However, comparison of both genders on academic performance revealed no significant differences.

Download Full Thesis
1452.62 KB
S. No. Chapter Title of the Chapters Page Size (KB)
1 0 Contents
88.78 KB
2 1 Introduction 1
577.06 KB
  1.1 Nature Of Emotions 2
  1.2 Emotions: A Basic Component Of Personally 3
  1.3 Development And Management Of Emotions In Children 5
  1.4 Management Of Emotions In Adolescence 6
  1.5 The Effects Of Parenting In Emotional Development And Growth Of Later Personality 9
  1.6 The Relationships Of Student’s Personality With Academic Performance 14
  1.7 The Effect Of Teacher’s Personality In The Academic Performance Of Students 19
  1.8 Factors Effecting The Socialization Of Emotions In Schools 22
  1.9 Rational Underlying The Concept Of Emotions Intelligence 25
  1.10 Conventional Definition Of Emotions Intelligence 27
  1.11 Eq Vs. Iq ( Emotional Intelligence Vs. General Intelligence) 28
  1.12 Emotional Intelligence A Significant Component Of Personality 29
  1.13 Emotional Intelligence And Management Of Temperament 32
  1.14 The Role Of Emotional Intelligence At School/College 33
  1.15 The Role Of Emotional Intelligence At Work Place 35
3 2 Observations 42
107.31 KB
  2.1 Hypotheses 43
  2.2 Method 45
4 3 Results 54
276.96 KB
5 4 Discussion 82
141.69 KB
  4.1 Conclusion 93
  4.2 Recommendations For Future Research 94
  4.3 Implications And Conclusions 94
6 5 References 96
305.64 KB
7 6 Appendices 124
125.42 KB