Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ Character Descriptions

Daniel Goleman
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Peter Salovey & John D. Mayer

These psychologists first published the concept of emotional intelligence in 1990. Their concept challenged Intelligence Quotient or IQ tests as the standard predictive measure of success.

Joseph LeDoux

This individual is neuroscientist at the Center for Neural Science, New York University. His insightful research proved that the amygdala can seize control of the brain, because the amygdala has a more direct connection to sensory input through the thalamus that gives it a head start in responding to stimulus before the neo-cortex has received information.

Howard Gardner

This psychologist at the Harvard School of Education is the 'guiding visionary' of Project Spectrum, developed with Mara Krechevsky and David Feldman.

Paul Ekman

This individual and his colleagues in Japan developed a system for reading emotions from facial expressions.

Dolf Zillmann

This psychologist at the University of Alabama has researched anger and rage. He identified the universal...

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