List of Contributors vii List of Figures and Tables xi Preface: Introduction by the Editors xii Acknowledgements xvi Chapter 1 Emotional Intelligence: A Brief Historical Introduction 1 Moshe Zeidner and Gerald Matthews Chapter 2 Trait and Ability Conceptualizations of Emotional Intelligence 18 Elizabeth J. Austin Chapter 3 Emotional Self -Efficacy 32 Nicola S. Schutte Chapter 4 Measuring Emotional Intelligence 44 Luke E. R. Brown, Pamela Qualter and Carolyn MacCann Chapter 5 An Overview of Emotional Intelligence in Early Childhood 64 Craig S. Bailey and Susan E. Rivers Chapter 6 Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Education in the School Years 81 Juan -Carlos Perez -Gonzalez and Pamela Qualter Chapter 7 Emotional Intelligence in Adolescence and Early Adulthood 105 Sarah K. Davis Chapter 8 Emotional Intelligence in Higher Education 123 Debbie J. Pope and Lorraine Dacre Pool Chapter 9 Emotional Intelligence and the Workplace 136 Lorraine Dacre Pool Chapter 10 Emotional Intelligence for Health Care Professions - Professional Compathy 149 Theo Stickley and Dawn Freshwater Chapter 11 Emotional Intelligence, Stress, and Health: When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Turn to Emotions 161 Kateryna V. Keefer, Donald H. Saklofske and James D. A. Parker Chapter 12 Emotional Intelligence and Ageing 184 Pamela Qualter and Maria Gallagher References 193 Index
DR. LORRAINE DACRE POOL is a Chartered Psychologist and Principal Lecturer at the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK. She has a BA in Social Psychology, an MSc in Occupational/Organisational Psychology, and a PhD in Emotional Intelligence and Graduate Employability. PAMELA QUALTER, PhD is Professor of Psychology for Education at Manchester Institute of Education, The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK. She is one of the UK's leading experts in the field of child/adolescent loneliness and is an important researcher of social and emotional skills within education.