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Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ Characters & Character Analysis

Daniel Goleman
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Important People

Psychologists Peter Salovey & John D. Mayer

Salovey and Mayer are the psychologists who first published the concept of emotional intelligence in 1990. Their concept challenged Intelligence Quotient or IQ tests as the standard predictive measure of success. Their work inspired Daniel Goleman to study and follow the research on emotional intelligence. Salovey, Mayer and Marc A. Beckett published the 2004 book Emotional Intelligence: Key Readings on the Mayer and Salovey Model. Salovey co-authored a book with David R. Caruso in 2004 called The Emotionally Intelligent Manager: How to Develop the Four Key Skills of Leadership. Peter Salovey works in the Psychology Department at Yale University. John D. Mayer works at the University of New Hampshire. Their concept of emotional intelligence has flourished into a large body of research that has been applied in management training, education, psychotherapy and various behavioral prevention programs. Once called EQ or emotional quotient, the preferred...

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