Science of Emotional Intelligence
Knowns and Unknowns
Edited by Gerald Matthews, Moshe Zeidner, and Richard D. Roberts
This book is an edited collection of papers by internationally renowned experts in areas relevant to emotional intelligence. It provides a scientific definition and taxonomic model of emotional intelligence, explore the state of the art in assessment and application, and make recommendations for future research. The book will appeal to students and professionals in clinical, occupational, social, and educational psychology, education, and the health sciences. Because EI has recently been touted as an important component of success in business, it should also find a readership with students and professionals in management, human resources, and industrial relations.