Predicting Relationship Success from Measures of Emotional Intelligence. Monica Beisecker, Justin Lolofie & Kim Barchard University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Measures of Emotional Intelligence. What is Emotional Intelligence? Maximum-performance
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Predicting Relationship Success from Measures of Emotional Intelligence
Monica Beisecker, Justin Lolofie &
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Mayer, Salovey & Caruso, 2002; O’Sullivan & Guilford, 1976
Bagby, Taylor & Parker, 1994; Bar-On, 1997; Schutte et al, 1998
Relationships that are:
Women had higher scores on subscales than men.
Differences were not consistent.
On Maximum-performance women had slightly higher scores then did men.
(The same 3 measures of relationship success with intercept bias are exactly those that showed significant sex differences to begin with.) This suggests that sex differences in RS cannot be accounted for by sex differences in EI.
O’sullivan & Guilford – no
Tett’s – yes