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Synonyms for emotional

Synonyms for emotional

relating to, arising from, or appealing to the emotions

readily stirred by emotion

Synonyms for emotional

determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason

of more than usual emotion

(of persons) excessively affected by emotion

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The goal of InspirED is to give educators simple ways to implement social emotional learning in their schools.
Our vision is a billion people practicing the skills of emotional intelligence worldwide.
Learning emotional skills begins at home and children start school with different emotional capabilities and competences [31].
Naturally, people with a high degree of emotional intelligence make more money - an average of $29,000 more per year than people with a low degree of emotional intelligence.
The results of the present study are supported by the findings of Chu (2002) and Petrides and Furnham (2000) who found that males have higher level of emotional intelligence than that of females.
Nilanjan (2007) 1st edition, Emotional Intelligence -myth or reality, Excel Books, New Delhi
Emotional intelligence: Review of research and educational implications.
Investigating the relationship between emotional intelligence, burnout and mental health of ataff of Iran Khodro Company.
So many of the initiatives were to make business processes more efficient, predictable and to remove untidy emotional interactions.
The relationship between emotional intelligence and transforming leadership in automotive and food industries of Mashhad.
Synopsis: "The Emotional Life Interview" by Henry Dupon offers an effective and time-sensitive therapy approach to those with mental health problems, meeting today s pressures to provide essential care at less cost.
Readers of this book will come to understand why we engage in self sabotaging behaviors and how we can learn to safely navigate through painful relationships and unresolved emotional issues.
That's what happens in anxiety and also in PTSD-the emotional response to the events is generalized to the point where the fear response starts getting developed to a very broad range of stimuli.
This is explained by the key concept of emotional dissonance, which occurs when there is a discrepancy between what the employee expresses and what he or she feels.
In fact, assuming that IQ is adequate, an individual's level of emotional intelligence (El) has more predictive integrity.