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This research differs from previous researches as it takes into account the emotional quotient of the couples and how their marital appraisals affect the psychological well-being of older adults
Emotional intelligence is also sometimes abbreviated as EQ, a reference to emotional quotient, a measurement of emotional intelligence.
This is a product of a creative and strategic recipe that uses Emotional Quotient (EQ) based storytelling to open the door to Intelligence Quotient (IQ) content.
She further added that the emotional quotient takes over her since the award comes at a time when her parents are no longer with her, Daily Express reported.
The emotional quotient, if my lip starts trembling, will be the thought of my parents not being there.
For several years, it was thought that intelligence quotient (IQ) is the representative of individuals' success rates, but the emotional quotient (EQ) was considered when Daniel Goleman (1995) published his book entitled as "Why the emotional quotient is more important than IQ?
This workshop utilizes the acclaimed Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i).
Campra brilliantly paints the transition of all the stages of reaction, self-identification, reflection on mortality, and the emotional quotients.