Some psychological factors that affect emotional intelligence of Lithuanian high school students
Social challenges
Dalia Antinienė
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
Rosita Lekavičienė
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Published 2019-10-05
https://doi.org/10.21277/sw.v1i9.378
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Keywords

anxiety
depressiveness
emotional intelligence
psychological well-being
subjective health status

How to Cite

Antinienė D. and Lekavičienė R. (2019) “Some psychological factors that affect emotional intelligence of Lithuanian high school students”, Social Welfare : Interdisciplinary Approach, 9(1), pp. 8-23. doi: 10.21277/sw.v1i9.378.

Abstract

This study explores relationships among high school students’ emotional intelligence, subjective health status, depressiveness, anxiety and psychological well-being. Participants were 16–19 years old students (n=371) from high schools in various regions of Lithuania. The results suggested that total emotional intelligence positively correlates with psychological well-being and negatively correlates with subjective health status, depressiveness, and anxiety subscales.

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