Cognitive failure scale was used for cognitive deficits, emotional deregulation scale for assessing emotional disturbances and PHQ-9 (patient health questionnaire) was used for measuring depression in included patients.
Results: In pre-assessment, the mean scores of cognitive deficits, emotional deregulation and depressive symptoms were higher as compared to post-surgery assessments (p<0.
One study evaluates videoconferencing technology to provide training in emotional regulation skills, in an innovative "telerehabilitation" approach that may expand access to treatment for patients with varying types of emotional challenges after TBI.
Many patients with TBI experience disruptions in emotional functioning, including problems in awareness, recognition, expression, and regulation of emotions.
Previous studies showed dogs could derecf emotions--joy, sorrow, anger--in humans and that dogs could read different emotional facial expressions.
Annika Huber, lead researcher, writes: "This response pattern indicates emotional state-matching or emotional contagion for negative sounds of humans and conspecifics (other dogs).
Keywords: Emotional Intelligence Quotient, Depression, medical and dental students, Male and Female
This emotional information guide in thinking and behavior .
Intelligence, Stress, Senior Secondary Students.
Data of the pilot study was analysed by using exploratory factor analysis to extract the initial factor of emotional
It was concluded that there was a significant relationship between emotional
intelligence and morale.
To measure their intellectual ability, emotional
intelligence, and aggression, Draw-A- Person Intellectual Ability Test for children, adolescents, and adults (DAP: IQ), Wong and Law Emotional
Intelligence Scale (WLEIS), and Aggression Questionnaire-Short Form (AQ-12) were administered.
Research shows that emotional
intelligence successfully predicts job performance and leadership skills.
Much has been documented on the importance of emotional
intelligence in the modern world, especially in the domain of leadership.
There are a number of definitions for emotional
intelligence (Bar-on, Handley & Fund, 2006; Cooper & Sawaf 1997; Goleman, 1998; Mayer & Salovey, 1997), but it is generally recognized as an ability (Mayer, Caruso & Salovey, 1999), a personality trait (Schutte & Malouff, 1999), or some combination thereof.