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Editors: Geher, Glenn (State University of New York at New Paltz)
Book Description:
Since being popularized by Goleman's (1995) bestseller by the same name, Emotional Intelligence (EI), as a construct, has permeated circles in both lay and academic psychological communities. This construct has been broadly applied to address health, education, and business concerns. An in-depth examination of EI research, however, suggests some concerns regarding this construct. In particular, a great deal of variety exists regarding how EI is best conceptualized and measured.
The current volume is designed to address measurement issues regarding EI in a multi-faceted manner. The contributors to this volume comprise most of the top EI researchers to date. Across the chapters, issues regarding how to best measure EI are addressed by scholars whose views differ (often dramatically) from one another. The work presented here provides the interested reader with broad, in-depth, and critical perspectives on (a) how EI is best measured, and, by extension, (b) what EI really is.

Table of Contents:
Preface;

Foreword;

Section I - Overview of Issues Involved in Measuring Emotional Intelligence;


Chapter 1 - Measurement Issues in Emotional Intelligence Research; pp. 3-19
(Glenn Geher and Kristin L. Renstrom, State University of New York at New Paltz);

Chapter 2 - The Assessment of Emotional Intelligence: On Frameworks, Fissures, and the Future; pp. 21-52
(Carolyn MacCann et al., University of Sydney, Australia);

Chapter 3 - Psychometric Issues in the Measurement of Emotional Intelligence; pp. 53-72
(Kimberly A. Barchard, University of Nevada, Las Vegas and James A. Russell, Boston College);

Chapter 4 - Emotion Receiving Ability: A New View of Measuring Individual Differences in the Ability to Accurately Judge Others' Emotions; pp. 73-89
(R. Thomas Boone, St. John's University and Ross Buck, University of Connecticut);

Chapter 5 - Facial Expression Recognition and Emotional Intelligence; pp. 91-111
(Maureen O’Sullivan and Paul Ekman, University of San Francisco);


Section II - Major Current Emotional Intelligence Assessment Tools;


Chapter 6 - The Bar-On Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i): Rationale, Description, and Summary of Psychometric Properties;
pp. 115-145
(Reuven Bar-On, Institute of Applied Intelligence, Israel);

Chapter 7 - The Emotional Competence Inventory (ECI); pp. 147-180 (Richard E. Boyatzis, Case Western Reserve University and Fabio Sala, Millennium Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge);

Chapter 8 - Measuring Emotional Intelligence with the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT); pp. 181-196
(Marc A. Brackett & Peter Salovey, Yale University);


Section III - Measuring Emotional Intelligence to Address Specific Problems;

Chapter 9 - The Measurement of Emotional Intelligence in Children: The Case of Reactive Attachment Disorder; pp. 199-217
(Sara Elizabeth Kay Hall et al., The Picket Fence, Eugene);

Chapter 10 - Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace: Rhetoric and Reality; pp. 219-241
(Arla L. Day & E. Kevin Kelloway, St. Mary’s University, Canada);


Section IV - Implications for Emotional Intelligence Research;

Chapter 11 - The Measurement of Emotional Intelligence: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; pp. 245-270
(Arla L. Day, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax);

Index. pp.271-277

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2005
   Pages: pp.277
   ISBN: 978-1-59454-080-6
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