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of High and Low EQ
Note: This was written before I made a clear distinction between innate emotional intelligence and what happens later in life...So it is better to think of these as signs of a healthy or well-developed innate emotional intelligence
Listed below are general characteristics of people with high and low EQ, as I define it. Obviously, these are generalizations, but are helpful as guidelines. Please note that these lists include general signs of high and low self-esteem, as well as other variables which have not in fact been specifically correlated to emotional intelligence as defined by Mayer and Salovey. Future work will attempt to more clearly differentiate between self-esteem, emotional intelligence and my definition of EQ.
Signs of High EQ
A person with High EQ:
Fear, Worry, Guilt, Shame, Embarrassment, Obligation, Disappointment, Hopelessness, Powerlessness, Dependency, Victimization, Discouragement
of Low EQ
- Or Unhealthy Development of Innate Emotional
A person with Low EQ:
Adapted from EQ for Everybody by Steve Hein, 1996,
note to steve - the original had "does not diguise thoughts" and about 70 people copied that version.
Amber Chourasia used part of my list in Scribd but didn't give me credit : ( see this linkhttp://www.scribd.com/doc/53526206/Emotional-Quotient