Eastern European Perspectives on Emotional Intelligence
Current Developments and Research
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Bringing together leading researchers from seven countries, namely Bulgaria, Croatia, Lithuania, Serbia, Slovakia, Poland, and Russia, chapters within this edited volume present original research that illustrates both the etic and emic aspects of emotions, to discuss how EI research can address psychosocial challenges across different societies. Using a selection of cross-cultural frameworks for comparison, contributors to the volume make important developments to the field of EI research by instating a cultural and regional adaptation of EI theories. This includes considerations of EI from a collectivistic perspective as well as the relevance of creating psychological measurement tools that reflect and represent the cultural and linguistic nuances in the adaptive use of emotional information.
Eastern European Perspectives on Emotional Intelligence will prove a valuable resource for academics, researchers, and students of cultural and social psychology, or particularly for those seeking to expand their conceptual understanding of EI.
Lada Kaliska and John Pellitteri
2. RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE METHOD "EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TEST" (EIT)
Elena A. Sergienko, Elena A. Khlevnaya, Julia P. Migun, and Ekaterina I. Osipenko
3. RESEARCH ON ABILITY AND TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN SERBIA: EFFORTS TO VALIDATE THE CONSTRUCTS AND LATEST INSIGHTS INTO THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES
Ana Altaras Dimitrijevic, and Zorana Jolic Marjanovic
4. HISTORY AND CURRENT STATUS OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN CROATIA
Vladimir Taksic, Tamara Mohoric and Ana Cosic Pilepic
5. THE CONSTRUCT VALIDITY OF TWO SLOVAK FORMS OF THE TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ADOLESCENTS (Long form TEIQue-AF/ short form TEIQue-ASF)
Lada Kaliska and Eva Nabelkova
6. TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE MODEL IN SLOVAKIA
Zuzana Heinzova and Lada Kaliska
7. EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE OF SLOVAK MANAGERS
Zuzana Birknerova, Lucia Zbihlejova, and Miroslav Frankovsky
8. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AS A PREDICTOR OF CAREER DECISION-MAKING STRATEGIES OF ADOLESCENTS IN SLOVAKIA
Lubor Pilarik, Veronika Szatmar, and Michaela Hegedusova
9. TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE CAREER DECISION MAKING PROCESS OF THE SLOVAK ADOLESCENTS
Eva Sollarova and Lada Kaliska
10. TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AS A PREDICTOR OF ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION OF THE SLOVAK UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Lucia Paskova and Lada Kaliska
11. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEVELOPMENT IN LITHUANIA
12. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN POLAND: DEVELOPMENTS IN TEACHERS' EMOTIONAL ABILITIES
Marzena Martyniak and John Pellitteri
13. TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN BULGARIAN FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS
14. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FROM EASTERN EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES:
SUMMARY, SYNTHESIS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES - CONCLUSION
John Pellitteri and Lada Kaliska
John Pellitteri is an associate professor in school and mental health counseling at Queens College City University of new York and is the president and co-founder of the International Society for Emotional Intelligence. His research focuses on EI as it relates to adaptive personality, education, counseling, and creative arts. He is co-editor of the book Emotionally Intelligent School Counseling (2006) and author of Emotional Processes in Music Therapy (2009). He has presented internationally on EI, is a certified MSCEIT trainer, and is a practicing psychotherapist in New York.