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1. Do you think Emotional Intelligence is genetic or learned? Cite sources to support your assertions. What component(s) of EI do you think are the easiest and most difficult to learn or acquire?

2. What was your score on the What's my Emotional Intelligence Level assessment? Do you feel you are emotionally intelligent? Explain.

 The score is 45 (Score higher than 40 indicates a high Emotional Intelligence)
 Provide Reference

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Emotional Intelligence Assessment

Emotional Intelligence (EI) can be defined as the ability of a person to comprehend, evaluate and control the emotions. The balance between the emotions of a person and reasons, so as to maximize long term happiness can be maintained with the help of EI. The major characteristic of EI is that it is not genetic. According to most of the researchers, EI can be learned. There is a direct relationship between the emotional intelligence and the development of a person. As the maturity increases, the ...

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