Research Articles

Analysis of senior high school students’ emotional intelligence in cooperative based mathematics learning
Ilyas, M., Ma’rufi, M., Fitrianiand, F., & Salwah, S.

"The results showed that students could productively utilize emotions in learning mathematics as indicated by being responsible, focusing on the tasks given, confident, tenacious, skillful in communicating, more attentive in listening to others’ opinion, and satisfied with the award given."

doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1088/1/012082

 

Emotional Intelligence and Students' Academic Achievement
AL-Quadri, A. H., & Zhao, W.


"The research findings suggested the final formulation of items of the emotional intelligence scale that can measure the levels of emotional intelligence of students along with a significantly positive relationship to academic achievement."

https://doi.org/10.33225/pec/21.79.360

Students’ Trait Emotional Intelligence and PerceivedTeacher Emotional Support in Preventing Burnout: The Moderating Role of Academic Anxiety
Romano, L., Tang, T., Hietajärvi, L., Salmela-Aro, K., & Fiorilli, C.

"The results showed that both trait emotional intelligence and perceived teacher emotional support were negatively associated with school burnout."

doi:10.3390/ijerph17134771

Effects of Positive Emotional Refocusing on Emotional Intelligence and Autonomic Recovery From Stress in High School Students
Markham, T.

"Exploratory analysis on baseline data for all participants who completed both measures indicated significant positive correlations between El and coherence in Low Anxious participants. Low Anxious youth showed a significant negative correlation between trait anxiety and stress management skills, while High Anxious youth appeared to benefit significantly from positive life events."


 

Longitudinal predictive validity of emotional intelligence on first year medical students perceived stress
Gupta, R., Singh, N., & Kumar, R.

"Medical students with higher trait emotional intelligence perceived lesser stress."

doi:10.1186/s12909-017-0979-z

Emotional Intelligence Predicts Academic Performance: A Meta-Analysis
MacCann, C., Jiang, Y., Brown, L. E. R., Double, K. S., Bucich, M., & Minbashian, A.


"The current meta-analysis examines the degree to which student EI is associated with academic performance. We found an overall effect of.20 using robust variance estimation (N42,529,k1,246 from 158 citations)."

http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/bul0000219 

Self-regulation and co-regulation in early childhood–development, assessment and supporting factors
Angeles Erdmann, K., & Hertel, S.

"new insights into the development and assessment of self- and co-regulation in early childhood by (1) building on cross-sectional and longitudinal research, (2) taking into account multiple perspectives (e.g. child, parent, preschool teachers), (3) and combining different conceptual and methodological approaches for studying thedevelopment of self-regulation and the interplay with co-regulation."

https://doi.org/10.1007/s11409-019-09211-w

The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on the Academic Performance of At-Risk High School Students
Kvapil, L.


"The findings of this study support the hypotheses that there is a correlation between emotional intelligence and the performance of at-risk students. In addition, the findings support a connection between the academic performance of non at-risk students and emotional intelligence, the correlation between teacher El and student performance, the correlation between verbal ability and emotional intelligence, and the predictive ability of emotional intelligence testing."