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Emotional Intelligence in Everyday Life, 2nd Edition

  • 292 Pages
  • 0.10 MB
  • English
Psychology Press
Social, group or collective psychology, Social Psychology, Psychology, Emotions, Psychology & Psychiatry / Social Psychology, Emotional intelli
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL8921295M
ISBN 101841694355
ISBN 139781841694351

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Abstract. Proponents of emotional intelligence (EI) often view effective coping with stress as central to the EI construct.

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