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    STUDIA EDUCATIO ARTIS GYMNASTICAE - Issue no. 3 / 2012  
         
  Article:   EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEVELOPMENT, GROWTH PERFORMANCE PREMISE.

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Emotional intelligence related to emotional self-awareness, mastery of these emotions (by controlling the causes of generators) internal motivation to perform, coupled with initiative, optimism and dedication, empathy (the ability to understand emotions and feelings of others) and, not least, social skills, is the ability to establish positive relationships, to cooperate and collaborate with others to resolve conflicts, to capture attention. The theme is treated influence emotional development of performance. We speak of educability, developing emotional intelligence in both children and adults. Its development during the school will provide students, at maturity, a greater chance to adapt to the ever increasing demands of society. A child who fails at school will be considered broken and reacts accordingly. Through exercises and games to develop emotional intelligence students have the opportunity to critique and improve thinking skills and thus to optimize the feeling of self-efficacy, through which their vocational route itself and its stability will be clear.

Keywords: emotional intelligence, emotions

 
         
     
         
         
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