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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2002;23(3): 65-78.
아동의 정서지능과 관련변인들에 관한 연구
A Study on Children`s Emotional Intelligence and Related Variables
Ju Lie Lee
This study investigated causality in children`s emotional intelligence and sociodemographic variables, including family structure, number of siblings, home environment and peer group variables. Subjects were 301 elementary and junior high 11-and 13-year-olds and their mothers. Instruments were questionnaires from the Children`s Emotional Intelligence Scale. Data analysis was by Pearson`s r, Cronbach`s α, multiple regression and path analysis. Results showed that the variables that affected emotional recognition directly were age, sex, mother`s education, economic status of the home, number of siblings, and emotional support of peers. Variables that affected emotion regulation directly were sex, economic status of the home, emotional support of peers, and common activity. Variables that affected emotional facilitation of thinking directly were age, sex, emotional support of peers, and common activity.
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