Emotional Intelligence

  • Lăcramioara Mocanu Danubius University of Galati
  • Crina Elena Clima
Keywords: intelligence; emotion; factors; process; sensitivity; feelings; aptitude

Abstract

The term “intelligence” comes from the Latin “intelligence”, which means to connect, organize or from “understanding”, and which involves establishing relationships between people. Intelligence goes beyond thinking that is limited to establishing relationships between the essential characteristics of objectives and phenomena and not relationships between people. How complex this side of personality is is apparent from the module of approach in the history of philosophy and psychology.

Author Biography

Lăcramioara Mocanu, Danubius University of Galati

Senior Lecturer, PhD, Faculty of Communication and International Relations, Specialization Psychology

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Published
2021-03-16
Section
Articles