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    (2009). Emotional Intelligence and Gender Differences. Sarhad Journal Of Agriculture, 25(1), 127-130. Galotti, K. (2003). Cognitive Psychology In and Out of the Laboratory (3rd ed., pp. 518-534). Halpern, D. (2013). Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities (4th ed.)…

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    controversy whether or not he should have had the surgery. The doctors made a good choice choosing Charlie for the surgery, in the book Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes. Charlie Gordon should have been chosen for this surgery because his emotional maturity grew with the progress of his IQ. One example of this is “We had dinner and a long talk. She said I was coming along so fast”(Keyes 197). Before the surgery Charlie was never able to express any emotion during his conversations. He…

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    There is a belief that the emotional leadership begins with personal leadership within only then can be developed to begin with, led by brother. 3.7 Managing relationships with others According to Hattingh (1997:255) quotes William James as saying: "The most immutable barrier in nature is between one man's thoughts and another's". refers to the meaning of "sociare" or "sosio" as all occurrences of living and working together and states that it concerns humans being dependent on one another.…

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    person. In reality some researches similar expose how interpersonal connections and affiliation can form the psychological condition of a person (Friedkin, 2001). The data gathered from observing this group setting indicates this is correct. The emotional status that was displayed in this group was an encouraging one that the participants…

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    there are several types of intelligences and personality types. One encompassing factor of all intelligences and personality types is emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence equates to understanding the emotions of the self and translating that knowledge to understand the emotions of others. Very few people are born with the innate knowledge and skill of emotional intelligence. Therefore, it must be fostered through years of growth and education. Growth and education are created through…

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    Tammet's Analysis

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    “I can recognize every prime number up to nine-thousand and seventy-three, by their ‘pebble like’ quality.” A man named Daniel Tammet wrote a book called “Blue Nines and Red Words.” He said that he was a savant. The quote automatically tells the reader that Tammet knows himself quite well. This also leads to the intelligence, called ‘intrapersonal.’ The intrapersonal intelligence means to know yourself, your feelings emotions, and what your thoughts mean as well. Daniel Tammet is one of the…

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    In Harvey Deutschendorf’s book, The Other Kind of Smart, he begins with an introduction talking about the differences between intelligence quotient (IQ) and emotional intelligence (EI) and how they can affect people's future careers. There’s an anecdote that Deutschendorf tells, about two Yale graduates with different IQs and EIs. One of the Yale graduates was incredibly brilliant in terms of academics, but when he was interviewing for jobs, he only got called back by a “second-rate company…

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    Step one: practice and test on your emotional thoughts by being positive, unbiased and control amygdala. Observe on how you react to topics like religion and politics, if there is an emotional judgement or outburst then your study isn’t unbiased. Amygdala is part of the reaction system in the brain that stimulate negative experience that causes judgement and commence problems on others. Step two: looking at things differently will gain new insights, solution and a new side of the story. It can…

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    I found the article The Dark Side of Emotional Intelligence by Adam Grant very validating as I’ve started to question the messages our society is bombarded with on a daily basis. Between what we read in the media and what our political leaders say, I wonder if using EI in a negative sense is more prevalent that anyone thinks. A few years ago I took it upon myself to look outside local and national media sources to try to get to the ‘truth’. I’m not even sure you can get the ‘truth’ anymore,…

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    Sheila Brown Monologue

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    I saw Sheila Brown today. She continued to exhibit paranoia and delusion. Despite her acknowledgement of ‘feeling slightly out of whack’, she was adamant that her suspicion on both of your intentions and manners were real and unrelated to her psychotic symptom. She was specifically fixated on Kimberly’s ways of talking. What concern me the most is her statement about not being hesitate to fight if anyone, including the staff, continues to disrespect her. I asked her repeatedly what she meant by…

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