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EMOTIONAL CONTAGION

EMOTIONAL CONTAGION Elaine Hatfield University of Hawaii John T. Cacioppo Ohio State University and Richard L. Rapson University of Hawaii BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES Elaine Hatfield is a Professor of Psychology and Richard L. Rapson is a Professor of History at the University of Hawaii.

Emotional Intelligence

©2006 New Directions Consulting, Inc. Emotional Intelligence * 1 " n the workplace, success seems to hinge on our intelligence, logical capabilities, and job-related skills, rather than on anything we do with our emotions.

Emotional Intelligence and Transformational and Transactional ...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln Leadership Institute Faculty Publications Leadership Institute 1-1-2010 Emotional Intelligence and Transformational and Transactional Leadership: A Meta-Analysis Peter D. Harms University of Nebraska - Lincoln ...

and Academic Innovations in Public

School Psychology Review, 2003, Volume 32, No. 3, pp. 303-319 Implementation, Sustainability, and Scaling Up of Social-Emotional and Academic Innovations in Public Schools Maurice J. Elias Rutgers University Joseph E. Zins University of Cincinnati Patricia A. Graczyk University of Illinois at ...

Emotional Distance

Emotional Distance Prepared by : Leilani Doty, PhD, Director, University of Florida Cognitive & Memory Disorder Clinics (MDC), Box 100236, McKnight Brain Institute, Gainesville, FL 32610-0236, Office (352)273-5555; Memory Disorder Clinic Appointments: (352)265-8408.

Chapter 16 for the Handbook of Emotion, Third Edition, edited ...

Introduction When someone asks, "How do you feel?", your answer includes your bodily feelings as well as your emotional feelings. Influential models of emotion view the embodiment of emotions as fundamental; that is, many observers believe that interoceptive awareness has a crucial role in ...

Emotional safety atmosphere and its role in psychotherapeutic ...

1 Emotional safety atmosphere and its role in psychotherapeutic relationship. One of the reasons for the existence of different models and methods in psychotherapy is the absence of sufficiently convincing criteria of effectiveness between different methods.

Quick Relief for Mild Anxiety

A cupressure-applying pressure to key points on the body with hands or fingers- originated thousands of years ago to treat physical illness. Now it is also being used as a new form of self-treatment for many emotional problems.

Living with our teenager

The increased emotionality of preteens and young teens makes these years very difficult for many parents and their children. Both parents and the teens themselves are distressed by the teens' emotional outbursts but all have difficulty managing their feelings of distress.