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Keywords : emotional intelligence

Characteristics Of Developing The Emotional Intelligence Of A Forensic Psychologist Expert

Olimov Laziz Yarashovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 3, Pages 1254-1261

This article discusses the role of emotional intelligence and its development in the work of a forensic psychologist, as well as the improvement of its specific socio-psychological factors. research; in the development of emotional intelligence of forensic psychologist experts, their relationship with the legal system is revealed.

Emotional intelligence and its association with working environmental factors and spiritual intelligence: testing the instruments among Malaysian Ministry of Health government doctors

Neong SC, Md Isa Z, Abdul Manaf MR, Hassan J, Mohd Zain M, Mohamad AW, Ja’afar H, Abdullah SZ, Che Arifin, II, Dato’ Dr Hj. N. Anwar IT, Teo GS

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 2506-2529

Emotional intelligence has been cited as one of the innovations in this century particularly valuable in testing the low-order personality trait, of which is the trait model of emotional intelligence. Another set of emotional intelligence test lies in the ability model, which is not assessed in this study. This study investigates the trait emotional intelligence and its association with working environmental factors, namely organisational culture, cultural competence and cultural awareness; and spiritual intelligence among 166 doctors working in five different state hospitals in Malaysia. The state hospitals chosen were from the 5 different regions in Malaysia, namely the Hospital Pulau Pinang, Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab 2, Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Hospital Sultanah Aminah Johor Bahru, and Hospital Umum Sarawak. The results showed that the Schutte Self-Report Emotional Intelligence Test (SSEIT), Competing Value Framework (CVF), Cultural Competence Assessment (CCA), Spiritual Intelligence Self-Report Inventory (SISRI), Interpersonal Support Evaluation List-12 (ISEL-12), are significant, whereas Ten-Item Personality Inventory (TIPI) is mediocre in the Kaiser–Meyer–Olkin (KMO) test, and Bartlett’s test of sphericity shows that all are significant for Principal Component Analysis. The construct validity and reliability were tested for all these items and results were as shown. In conclusion, this pilot study has been successful in helping to form a desirable tool to measure emotional intelligence among doctors in government hospitals in Malaysia and its associated working environmental factors and spiritual intelligence.


Odukoya, J. A .; Omonijo, D. O .; Oraetue, H. N .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3779-3789

Aim: This study is a review of three of the most notable theories of emotional intelligence [EI]: The
Bar-On’s model, the Mayer-Salovey’s Model and Goleman’s model. The core research questions are:
Which of the three theories of EI is most focused on the construct of emotion and emotional
intelligence? What are the gaps in the three EI models? Method: The documentary analysis design,
as proposed by Bowen (2009), was adopted in this exercise. Results: Out of the three theories of EI
reviewed, only the Mayer-Salovey model used the cognitive ability test format. The other two used the
self-report format; Furthermore, only the Mayer-Salovey model tends to be more focused on emotion,
though the measurement technique was cognitive mode. The other two models tend to further measure
social and personality domains. Conclusion: In conclusion, the need for more standardized measures
of EI with a focus on emotion was reiterated. There is also need for an adoption of battery of
assessment tools [self-report, gaming technique, covert observation with anecdotal records] to
measure EI. Finally, there is need to place more emphasis on measuring the degree and scope of
emotional hijacks in people, as a more valid indicator of emotional intelligence. Ability to control
emotional hijacks is far more important than recognition and control of emotions in self and in people
around us, though these are also needful.


Mohd Nur Humaidi Zulmi; Nikita Permatasari; Siti Saerah; Aryo Dwipo Kusumo; Windhu Purnomo

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 691-698

Background: Employees need to be managed properly to provide a positive contribution to the progress of the organization. Purpose: To determine the relationship between Organizational Commitment, Emotional Intelligence, Job Satisfaction and with Turnover Intention on employees at Amanah Mother and Child Hospital Probolinggo, East Java. Method: Cross-sectional study with 120 respondents medical and nursing personnel. The study was conducted using a questionnaire consisting of 15 questions. Result : Characteristics of respondents with high turnover rate were female (42%), age <= 34 years (44.2%), length of work <= 5 years (38.2%), executive position (41.8%), income < = 7,000,000 (38.3%), Satisfied at work (37.2%), high emotional intelligence (36.9%) and low organizational commitment (15.1%). There is a significant relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention (p <0.05). Conclusion: To improve staff loyalties, the hospital should prioritize female staff, positions, and organizational commitment so that organizational treatments can be more efficient and effective.

Decreasing Students’ Stress Through DeStressMeNow Mobile App

Nurul Ain Hidayah Abas; Asma Perveen; Ahmad Jazimin Jusoh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5945-5953

Disseminating information on psychological health for university students is critical to university adjustment, interpersonal relationships, academic issues, and others. Using smartphones as the mean of conveying information is vital as it become devices of choice for the millennials. On this basis, the study aims in developing DeStressMeNow app that acts as early preventative tool in managing stress: to identify stressors, to understand its negative consequences, and to cope with stress. There are three main parts; online activities, offline activities and a podcast; along with detailed definition, self-assessment, techniques and strategies, and stress management success stories revealing the app novelty and uniqueness. The results from Usability Testing show that Relax Your Mind is the favorite segment of the app and is effective in managing stress. Further, the results of the effectiveness study of the app showed its significance in decreasing the stress level among university students. It extends the Emotional Intelligence principle in stress management and improve students’ health. We are proposing a mobile app, a technical version of stress management module, as an accessible instrument to prevent the high occurrence of stress among university students

Competencies Of Emotional Intelligence And Constructs Of Political Behaviour Among Youth Students

Siti Sarawati Johar; Fauziah Ani; Harliana Halim; Shahidah Hamzah; Nur Zainatul Nadra Zainol; Intan Farhana Saparudin; Raja Zirwatul Aida Raja Ibrahim; Siti Aisyah Panatik Abdul Rahman

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 623-631

This paper stress the importance of strengthening emotional intelligence (EI) among youths. Human capital resources targeting youths are one of the main thrusts of national development in Malaysia especially from the political, economic, social and educational aspects. The main target of this study was to test the presence of the significance impact of EI competence on the constructs determining youths’ political behaviour. A total of 313 students from four public universities in Malaysia were selected as the sample. The Emotional Intelligence Self-Description Inventory (EISDI), and Political Behaviour Questionnaire (PBQ) were used to obtain data which was analysed using regression analysis. The findings showed that the hypotheses were accepted, i.e. there is an impact of EI competence on the political behaviour which significantly influenced EI on the constructs of political behaviour namely conservativism and nationalism. Hence, EI can be construed to be a determining factor in behaviour and ideology that signifies political maturity among Malaysian youth.

The Effect of Psychological Well Being on Academic Achievement of Arts and Science College Students in Virudhunagar District

K. Vijayalakshmi; Dr. Selvarani

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3531-3542

This study attempted to identify the factors that influence the academic
achievement of arts and science college students in virudhunagar district.Student’s
performance is measured by CGPA.Even they have other talents,CGPA is
considered for getting jobs.The researcher considerPsychological well being, self
efficacy and emotional intelligence affects academic achievement.If a studenthave
high score in Psychological well being,self efficacy and emotional intelligence
scores high CGPA.Regression analysis and factor analysis are done to identify
relationship between Independent Variables Psychological well being ,self efficacy
and emotional intelligence and dependent variable academic achievement .Among 
13 factorsonly 3 factors such as Factor1:self confidence , Factor 2:Energy,
Factor8:Empathy contributes academic achievement.


M.B. Sai Keerthana; G. Sridevi; S. Sangeetha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 850-868

Emotional intelligence is the ability of a person to control and react according to emotions and feelings. Emotional intelligence is an inborn ability that makes people recognise, learn, feel, understand the emotions they are going through. Emotions are nothing but feelings that should be used properly as it has a huge impact in our lives. Emotional intelligence has an impact on various characters and attitudes of a person like self confidence, responsibility, adaptability, and self awareness. Emotional intelligence usually helps a person during a team performance rather than an individual performance. A standard set questionnaire designed was used to assess emotional intelligence among dental students. The study shows that the majority of the students have knowledge about emotional intelligence and intellectual capability. The present study concluded that the majority of the students are self aware and are able to manage their stress and emotions better. They were found to be self confident , trustworthy and adaptable and flexible. Among all of the students females are seen to cope up with their stress and are able to manage their emotions better than male participants