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Jafar Hasani, Hajar Andarkhor, Yaser Tedadi,
Volume 2, Issue 4 (3-2009)

Development of the emotional intelligence construct in psychological literature has opened a new array of research in this field .The results of the previously conducted research showed that the emotional intelligence was correlated with several psychosocial factors, and it played a major role in interpersonal problems. The goal of the present study was investigation of the relationship between the emotional intelligence and interpersonal problems. To do so, 140 students of Semnan University were selected through random cluster sampling. Their emotional intelligence and interpersonal problems were assessed by The Bar-On Emotional Quotient Inventory and Inventory of Interpersonal Problems (Barkham, Hardy & Startup, 1994) respectively. The results showed that there is a negative and significant relationship between most of the emotional intelligence components and interpersonal problems. Furthermore, different emotional intelligence components predicted some aspects of interpersonal problems. In sum, the results indicated that the emotional intelligence led to the increase   of mental health and decrease of interpersonal problems and thus improved the quality of social and interpersonal relationships.
Somaye Jamali Paghale, Ahmad Abedi, Elham Aghaei, Razie Zare,
Volume 4, Issue 2 (3-2011)

Given the importance of emotional intelligence in mental health, the purpose of this study is meta-analysis of the studies which were conducted on the relationship between emotional intelligence and mental health. Through meta-analysis method, this study integrates the results of various studies and then determines the effect size of the relationship between emotional intelligence and mental health. To achieve this purpose, of 45 studies, 30 studies  accepted methodologically, were selected and meta-analysis was done on them. Research tool for the study was meta-analysis checklist The present study is based on 4858 participants and 32 effect sizes.The findings indicates that in general, the effect size of  emotional intelligence and mental health is 0/48. Furthermore, When emotional intelligence is evaluated as trait, it has stronger correlation with mental health(r=0/51) rather than when it is evaluated as ability(r=0/38).Therefore,according to the present study, it can be concluded that higher  emotional intelligence has correlation with better mental health.
Elaheh, Enayati, Morteza, Omidian, Ahmad, Abedi,
Volume 7, Issue 3 (6-2014)

This study aimed at investigating the effect of group emotional intelligence training on Training in junior Gifted Students’ Psychological Well-beingin the second area of Isfahan city. Research method is quasi-experimental with pre-test, post-test design and follow-up testing with placebo and control group. Population of this study was the students of Imam Sadiq School in Isfahan who were admitted in this school based on specific measures including IQ and an entrance exam. A sample of 45 students was selected by simple random sampling. Then these subjects were put into three groups of fifteen: experimental group, placebo group and control group. In order to measure the main variables of the model, Baron’s emotional intelligence and Ryff’s psychological well-being were used. The pre-test was performed on the three groups and then the experimental group underwent eight 90-minute sessions. Following the intervention, the post-test was performed on the three groups and 2 months later the subjects were followed up. Then the data was analyzed by the analysis of covariance with repeated measures. Results of the covariance analysis with repeated measures showed that the emotional intelligence training could have an effect on increasing the psychological well-being and its components including self- acceptance, positive relations with others, autonomy, environmental mastery, meaningful life and personal growth. It seems that introduction of courses with emotional intelligence contents in schools can be effective in mental health and psychological well-being of the students.
Dr Marzieh Sadat Sajadinezhad, Dr Mahdieh Shafieetabar,
Volume 16, Issue 4 (3-2023)

The aim of this study was to evaluate the structural model of explaining social-emotional assets based on emotional intelligence and emotional reactivity with the mediating role of patience. The design of the present study was applied and correlational by structural equation modeling. Sample of the study were 625 (399 girls and 226 boys) were selected by cluster random sampling add answered the social-emotional assets and resilience scale, emotional intelligence and emotional reactivity questionnaires and patience scale. Pearson correlation methods and structural equation modeling were used to analyze the data. The results showed that both the variables of Patience and emotional intelligence had direct and significant effects on social-emotional assets and the mediating role of the patience in the relationship between emotional intelligence and emotional reactivity with social-emotional assets was significant, too. Overall, the results of this project showed that emotional intelligence and emotional reactivity have significant effects on social-emotional assets with mediating role of patience. So, fostering of this moral virtue could beneficial for reinforcement of social-emotional assets.

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