Yahaya, Azizi and Yahaya, Noordin and Ismail, Sharifudin (2011) The relationship of dimensions of emotional intelligence and academic performance in secondary school students. Elixir Psychology , 41 . pp. 5821-5826.
The study was conducted to investigate the relationship between the identified five dimensions of emotional intelligence, namely self-awareness, emotional management, self motivation, empathy, interpersonal skills and academic performance. This study aims to identify whether the five dimensions of emotional intelligence have been able to contribute to academic performance. Statistical inference of the Pearson-r and multiple regression is used to analyze the data. The results showed that the significant relationship between self awareness (r = 0.21), emotional management (r = 0.21) and empathy (r = 0.21) at the level of p <0.05 with academic performance. Findings from multiple regression analysis (stepwise) showed that only three dimensions of emotional intelligence which is selfawareness (ß = 0261), self motivation (ß =- 0182) and empathy (ß = 0167) accounted for 8.7% of variation in criterion (academic performance). Research also presented a model designed to reflect the relationship between the dimensions of emotional intelligence and academic performance. These studies imply that the level of emotional intelligence contributes to and enhances the cognitive abilities in student. Thus, in increasing student academic performance. The stability of the emotional intelligence of a student will help to produce a competent generation and successful country in line with the philosophy of education.
|Subjects:||L Education > L Education (General)|
|Deposited By:||Assoc. Prof Dr Azizi Yahaya|
|Deposited On:||09 Dec 2011 17:04|
|Last Modified:||09 Dec 2011 17:04|
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