Demographic variables effect on Emotional Intelligence Axis
1Nader Jafari Balalami, 2 Askari Asghari Ghanji, 3 Seyed Ali Doustdare tosi, 4 Mahintaj Ghohargani, 5 Ebrahim Nabavizadeh, 6 Hamidreza Akbari kia
1. PhD student of psychology of National Academy of science in Armenia; 2. PhD student of psychology of National Academy of science in Armenia; 3. PhD student of psychophysiology in Orbeli institute of National Academy of science in Armenia; 4. PhD student of psychophysiology in Orbeli institute of National Academy of science in Armenia; 5. PhD student of psychophysiology Yerevan State University6. PhD student of medical psychology
1. Babolsar School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Mazandaran University. Iran; 2. Farhangian University, babol; 3. Farhangian University, Sari Branch; 4. Education organization, Yasouj; 5. Applied Science Bhzisti; 6. Payame Noor university. 6* Consulting psychology Ph.D. Student and Teacher of Mazandaran University (Corresponding author),Email: email@example.com
Abstract: This study aims to analyze demographic features on Emotional Intelligence (EI) and its Axis. The research method is causal – comparative. The statistical community is all married students in Mazandaran University that through multi-phase cluster sampling, 217 individuals have been chosen 108 out of whom were female and 109 were male. Study instrument included inventory Bar-on (1997) used to assess E1 level, also personal identification from was used to get demographic characteristics. To analyze the variables relation and effect, T and F statistical test has been applied. The study results indicated that men’s E1 level is higher than women, this difference is statistically meaningful. Also, the results showed that age, education level and father’s education level have effect on subject’s E1 but mother’s education level has no impact on E1. Besides, birth order has no effect on their E1.
[Nader Jafari Balalami, Askari Asghari Ghanji, Seyed Ali Doustdare Tosi, Mahintaj Ghohargani, Ebrahim Nabavizadeh, Hamidreza Akbari kia. Demographic variables effect on Emotional Intelligence Axis. Life Sci J 2013;10(4s):302-307] (ISSN:1097-8135). http://www.lifesciencesite.com. 44
Keywords: Demographic variables, Emotional Intelligence.