Choosing among tests of emotional intelligence: What is the evidence?

  • McEnrue M
  • Groves K
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Abstract

This article provides a comprehensive review of research regarding five types of validity for each of four major tests used to measure emotional intelligence (EI). It culls and synthesizes information scattered among a host of articles in academic journals, technical reports, chapters, and books,
as well as unpublished papers and manuscripts. It enables human resource development professionals and researchers to determine the absolute and incremental value they are likely to derive by using any one of the tests to assess and develop emotional intelligence among managers and employees.

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Authors

  • Mary Pat McEnrue

  • Kevin Groves

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