One of the most popular topics in psychology over the past two decades has been emotional intelligence (EI). Interest in the topic was initially fuelled by evidence suggesting that cognitive ability by itself is not sufficient for success (Zins et al., 2004) We have also commonly encountered anecdotal evidence demonstrating that people could score high on traditional intelligence tests and yet do poorly in other areas such as social relations and work success. Researchers in the field of EI was thus spurred by attempts to go beyond cognitive ability to explain behaviour and success.
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