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proposed "emotional intelligence" concept. The papers mention Imprinted Table Covers the theory, the reality of the framework, the problem resolution, streamline / expansion, the receiver / speak / vent and other ideas. · 1987 — Keith on the "Mensa magazine" published an article, which uses "Emotional Intelligence" (ie, EQ, used to measure emotional intelligence quotient) this term. Although Brief Review on BarOn (Reuven Bar-On, Israel's famous psychologist) claiming in an unpublished thesis has used this term, but we still recognized as the first use of this article is "emotional intelligence" and published. · 1990 — psychologist Peter Salovey and John Mayer Imprinted Table Covers on "Imagine, cognitive and personality" magazine published a landmark article "emotional intelligence." · 1995 — psychologist and the "New York Times" columnist Daniel Goleman's science: "After EQ why it is more important than IQ" a book published, popularized the concept of emotional intelligence. EQ and IQ What is the difference Many people are now familiar with the EQ slowly, it is estimated that no one does not know what is meant by intelligence. So, in the end IQ with EQ different IQ is a man of intelligencePersonalized Table Covers
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