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Emotional Intellignece and Other Constructs: A Literary Analysis

Vol 9 , Issue 2 , July - December 2020 | Pages: 24-33 | Research Paper

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1. * Aruna Singh, Assistant Professor, Shaheed Bhagat Singh (Eve.) College, Delhi University, New Delhi, Delhi, India (

For the first time in 1990 in the scientific literature the term emotional intelligence was coined. Since then, over the decade a lot of work is carried in concatenation of emotional intelligence. This paper extensively reviews the spurt of research that supports and develops emotional intelligence theory and also to discover the different aspects of emotional intelligence, to explore how different constructs are related to emotional intelligence and to know how emotional intelligence can be applied effectively in organizational context. In this paper, a theoretical review of emotional intelligence is presented using literary analysis approach to understand the development and increased research in this field.


Emotional Intelligence; Literary Analysis; Theoretical Review; Model; Construct.

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