Emotions are processes that are shaped by physiology, perceptions, and social experiences. Emotional Intelligence. The ability to recognize which feelings are appropriate in which situations and the skill to communicate those feelings effectively. Emotional Intelligence.
Emotions are processes that are shaped by physiology, perceptions, and social experiences.
The ability to recognize which feelings are appropriate in which situations and the skill to communicate those feelings effectively.
If you think that feelings are instinctual perceptions, and social experiences.
If you accept the interactive view of emotionsThe Impact of Different Views of Emotions
Monitor emotional reaction.
Identify commonalities in events and
experiences that you respond to emotionally.
Tune into your self-talk; notice irrational
beliefs and fallacies.
Use self-talk to dispute fallacies.
Unrealistically low self concept
Chronic dissatisfaction with self
Jealousy and envy of others
Saps energy for constructive work
Can make others defensive
Can alienate self from feelings
Unrealistic standards set the self up
Perceive one failure as typical of self
Generalize inadequacies in some
domains to total self
Thinking you are responsible for
Guilt for how others feel
Deprives others of taking
responsibility for selves
Believing that there is nothing you
can do to change how you feel
Extreme negative fantasies and
scenarios of what could happen
Inability to do things because of
what might happen