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    Emotional Intelligence: A Beginning

    An introduction to an emerging branch of Psychology-Emotional Intelligence.


    A particular project manager can take a person's anger and turn it into motivation or they can use anxiety to make some people more careful by planting a doubt in their mind so a team checks their work more closely. True or False!


    Emotional intelligence is very broadly defined as the "ability to identify, understand and manage the emotions within and around you." True or False


    According to Mr. Goleman, EI consists of four major domains. These consist of:


    Emotional intelligence or EQ allows you to enhance certain areas of your life, for example home, work, and school. True or False!


    Self awareness is basically defined as: the ability to see your own similar patterns of your behaviors and motives. The ability to know your emotions and actions and how they impact those around you, for better or for worse. The ability for you to name your own emotions when they arise and to better understand why they exist. True of False


    Robert Plutchik's wheel consists of 8 basic emotions: Joy, Sadness, Trust, Disgust, Fear, Anger, Surprise, Love and Hate. True or False


    Emotional intelligence is basically defined as the ability to understand, and operate effectively in diverse cultural situations and across many cultural groups.


    The theory of emotional intelligence states that people are born with an innate capacity to recognize emotions in themselves and the people around them. True or False


    Empathy is broadly defined as placing others in your own shoes. True of False.


    Emotional Quotient (EQ) is measured by your Emotional Intelligence (EI). True or False