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Comparison of Emotional Intelligence in Working Couples in Gorgan

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The present study was formulated to determine emotional health in working couples of Gorgan city in 2010. Samples were selected via cluster sampling method after deriving the statistical facts about working males and females in Gorgan City and finally, 100 people (50 couples) were selected. Bar-On questionnaire was selected to measure emotional intelligence due to comprehensiveness, simplicity, and conformity to Iranian culture. The collected data were subjected to descriptive statistics (mean and standard deviation) in SPSS Software. Then, the data were analyzed through inferential statistics. The results obtained from the present study showed that there is no significant difference in emotional intelligence of working females (1.995) compared to their working husbands (1.960).


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 45)
K. Khatiri et al., "Comparison of Emotional Intelligence in Working Couples in Gorgan", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 45, pp. 19-23, 2015
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January 2015

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