International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 10, Part I (2016)
Effect of intrapersonal and interpersonal awareness dimensions of emotional intelligence on stress management of adolescents
Khan Tanveer Habeeb and Dr. Moin Fatema
There is a wide gap between the popularity of emotional intelligence as a concept and its application is society. People often mistakes emotional intelligence for a form of charisma or gregariousness. They don’t see it as something that can be improved. They perceives it as, ‘Either you have it or you don’t. By understanding what emotional intelligence really is and how we can manage it in our lives. We can begin to leverage all if that intelligence, education and experience stored over a period of time. The present study was designed to study the intrapersonal dimension and interpersonal dimension of emotional intelligence and its impact on stress management. Descriptive survey method was used to conduct the study and Random sampling technique was used for the selection of the sample. Emotional intelligence inventory and Stress Management Scale was used for the data collection. The statistical measures used for the analysis and the interpretation were Pearson’s co-efficient of correlation, mean, S.D and t-test. The findings revealed that intrapersonal and interpersonal awareness are positively and significantly correlated to each other. There was no significant difference found between the intrapersonal and interpersonal awareness of male and female adolescent students but significant difference was found in the stress management level of male and female adolescents of Aurangabad city.
How to cite this article:
Khan Tanveer Habeeb and Dr. Moin Fatema. Effect of intrapersonal and interpersonal awareness dimensions of emotional intelligence on stress management of adolescents. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(10): 589-592.