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PREDICTING INFLUENCE OF PARENT’S EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON THEIR CHILD’S EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (1).pdf (189.66 kB)

PREDICTING INFLUENCE OF PARENT’S EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON THEIR CHILD’S EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

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posted on 14.05.2020, 20:17 by Kevin Joy, Taniya Singh, Keerthana Menon K, Diya Elsa George, Renya C V, Ann Maria Vincent, Christina Tony
The study aimed to predict how much father and mother’s emotional intelligence influence their child’s emotional intelligence. The sample of 164 higher secondary children and their parents was selected randomly from three educational institutions in Irinjalakuda municipality. There was a preponderance of participants belonging to middle socio-economic status. Single children were 16%, a child with only one sibling was 60% and a child with two siblings were 24%. Approximately ⅓ of the sample were males and ⅔ were females. The Brief Emotional Intelligence Scale was used to gather the information from the sample taken. Descriptive statistics such as mean and standard deviation was primarily analysed. Pearson correlation was run to verify the association concerning child emotional intelligence and their parent’s emotional intelligence and a statistically significant relation was obtained. To determine the variance of parental emotional intelligence on their children emotional intelligence simple linear regression and multiple linear regression were performed. Simple linear regression was used to determine the individual influence of each parent and multiple linear regression were executed to understand the combined effect of parental emotional intelligence on their child.

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Declaration of conflicts of interest

The author whose names are listed in the study declare that there is no conflict of interest.

Corresponding author email

kevinjoy0@gmail.com

Lead author country

India

Lead author job role

Undergraduate Student

Lead author institution

Christ College Irinjalakuda

Human Participants

Yes

Ethics statement

The consent of the parents and teachers were taken before collecting the data for the higher secondary school children. While collecting the data from the parents of the same children, they were given assurance about the confidentiality of the data.

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