emotional intelligence

Correlation between Emotional Intelligence and Tolerance for Uncertainty of HIV-Infected Convicts

The article reviews the research results of correlation between emotional intelligence and tolerance for uncertainty in convicts with comorbid pathology (HIV and TB). The following methods were used: The Questionnaire on Emotional Intelligence EmIn (D. V. Lyusin), The New Questionnaire of Tolerance for Uncertainty (T. V. Kornilova). Conclusion: HIV-infected convicts with TB significantly differ from the control group in understanding emotions and interpersonal emotional intelligence.

Emotional and Personal Correlates of Body Modifications

The article presents the results of the research of emotional and personal correlates of body modifications (N = 135). The following methods were used: emotional intelligence questionnaire EmIn, (D. Lyusin), Toronto Alexithymia Scale, Cook-Medley Hostility Scale, self-injury scale (N. A. Polskaya). The link between body modifications and self-injuries was discovered. In connection to body modifications self-injury becomes a cultural symbol taking part in constructing desired identity.

Personal characteristics of codependent parents of addictive adolescents

The article presents the results of theoretical and empirical studies of the characteristics of the main structural components of the personality of codependent mothers of drug addicts. It is shown that codependency has several components: cognitive, personal, emotional and behavioral. The article presents the results of an empirical study carried out on a sample (n = 58, 29–60 years old, codependent mothers of addictive adolescents) on the basis of the Doverie rehabilitation center in Saratov. Appropriate diagnostic tools were used: a test to determine the level of codependency (B.

Type of the Leaders Emotional Intelligence as the Determinate Factor of the Functional Type of Leadership

This paper discusses different concepts of emotional intelligence
(EI), put forward a hypothesis on the connection between EI and
organizational type of leadership, assumes the existence of different
types of EI, places further tasks to improve organizational culture,
through work with the components of leader’s emotional intelligence.

The Correlation of Emotional Intelligence Qualities and Management Effectiveness

This article tells about researches of the emotional intelligence qualities of the leaders of the organizations, that took place in 2009.The examples of the foreign test measuring emotional intelligence adaptation for the Russian culture are discussed. The conclusions of the research are formulated. The main conclusion is the discovery of the connection of emotional intelligence qualities and management effectiveness for Russian culture.