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  • Издательство: The MIT Press
  • Год: 2002
  • ISBN: 0-262-13418-7
  • Кол-во страниц: 697
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  • Язык: Английский

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Foreword
Robert J. Sternberg
Preface
I
Conceptualizations and Measurement 1
1
Introduction 3
Historical and Sociocultural Context of Emotional Intelligence 3
Conceptions of Emotional Intelligence 9
A Research Agenda for Emotional Intelligence 21
Chapter Synthesis and Preview 28
2
Toward a Science of Emotional Intelligence 31
Toward a Psychometrics of Emotional Intelligence 32
Toward a Theory of Emotional Intelligence 47
Integrating Theory and Psychometrics: Differential Psychology and Emotional
Intelligence 57
Emotional Intelligence in the Real World: Practical Applications 74
Conclusion: Toward a Science of EI 79
3
Understanding the Intelligence Component of Emotional Intelligence 81
Why Mess with Intelligence? 81
The History of Intelligence 83
The Concept of Intelligence 86
Structural Theories of Intelligence 91
System Models of Intelligence 115
Conclusions 129
4
Emotions: Concepts and Research 133
Conceptualizing Emotion 134
Categories and Dimensions of Emotion 140
Sources of Emotion 150
The Natural Ecology of Emotions 159
Functions and Behavioral Consequences of Emotion 164
Conclusions 171
5
Psychological Assessment and the Concept of Emotional Intelligence 175
Psychometric Issues Revisited 176
Performance Measures of Emotional Intelligence 180
Self-Report Measures of Emotional Intelligence 205
Overlap of Emotional Intelligence with Personality 223
Conclusions 226
II
Individual Differences in Emotion and Adaptation 231
6
The Biological Science of Emotional Intelligence 233
The Neuroscience of Emotion 234
Subcortical Control of Emotion: The Amygdala 238
Frontal Control of Emotion 242
Functions of Emotion 248
Conclusions on Biological Models and Emotional Intelligence 253
7
Cognitive Models of Emotion and Self-Regulation 255
Cognitive Origins of Emotion 256
Cognitive Architectures for Emotional Intelligence in Action 259
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Self-Regulative Models of Emotional Intelligence 270
Criticisms of the Cognitive Approach 277
Conclusions 280
8
Emotional Intelligence, Coping, and Adaptation 283
Stress and Coping: The EI Perspective 286
Emotional Intelligence and the Psychological Theory of Stress 295
EI, Coping, and Adaptation to Stressful Encounters 303
Coping and Self-Regulative Processes 314
Conclusions 316
9
Personality, Emotion, and Adaptation 321
Personality and Emotion: A Cognitive-Adaptive Perspective 326
Negative Emotionality 330
Social Competence and Extraversion 342
Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior 350
Self-Control, Conscientiousness, and Impulsivity 361
Conclusions 368
III
Applications 371
10
The Clinical Psychology of Emotional Maladjustment 373
Diagnostic Categories for Emotional Disorders 374
Abnormal Personality and Emotional Disorder 383
Alexithymia 387
Pathological Processes 400
Therapy for Emotional Pathology 412
Conclusions 416
11
Development and Schooling of Emotional Intelligence 419
Origins and Development of Emotional Intelligence 420
Schooling Emotional Intelligence 442
Contents ix
Desired Features of EI Intervention Programs and Future Research 460
Conclusions 464
12
Emotional Intelligence, Work, and the Occupational Environment 467
Emotions and the Workplace 467
The Role of EI in Career and Occupational Assessment 477
EI and Coping with Occupational Stress 488
Conclusions 504
IV
Conclusion 511
13
The Science, the Myth, and the Future of Emotional Intelligence 513
Psychometric and Conceptual Issues 516
Theoretical Issues 531
Applied Issues 539
The Science and Myth of Emotional Intelligence 544
Appendix A: A Review and Critique of Social Intelligence 551
Appendix B: A Review of Sundry Other Performance Measures of Emotional
Intelligence 563
Appendix C: A Review of Sundry Other Self-Report Measures of Emotional
Intelligence 577
Notes 587
References 591
Index 683
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Emotional Intelligence: Science and Myth is, in many respects, a tour de force with regard to the analysis of the literature on emotional intelligence. I do not claim to know all of the literature in the field, but I am unaware of any book that is as extensive, intensive (i.e., in-depth), and unified in tone and voice as is this book. It is hard to imagine anyone interested in emotional intelligence not reading the book, and I suspect that even those quite knowledgeable about the field will learn a lot from reading it. The book covers the waterfront—from the nature of intelligence, to the nature of emotion, to various theoretical attempts to understand the interface between intelligence and emotion, to diverse attempts to measures skills at this interface, to equally diverse attempts to provide training that increases these skills. Because the book covers not only theory, measurement, and training, but also specific applications to clinical, educational, and occupational settings, the book will be of interest to practitioners as well as scientists. The book will be tough slogging for laypeople, but laypeople with some understanding of psychology and statistics will find the book rewarding, if challenging.



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