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Type :article
Subject :BF Psychology
Main Author :Syed Sofian Syed Salim
Additional Authors :Md Amin Md Taff
Mohd Hanafi Mohd Yasin
Badaruddin Ibrahim
Title :Application encouragement of emotional intelligence module as a strategy for strengthening the development of emotional intelligence college student council
Place of Production :Tanjong Malim
Publisher :Fakulti Pembangunan Manusia
Year of Publication :2019
Corporate Name :Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
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Abstract : Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
The study aims to measure the level of Emotional Intelligence (EI) on the College Student Council (CSC) Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI). Sample selection was conducted with a total of 180 members of the CSC consisting of 6 colleges namely Aminuddin Baki College (KAB), Za'aba College (KZ), Harun Aminurrashid College (KHAR), Ungku Omar College (KUO), Awang Had Salleh College (KAHS) and Campus Offshore Unit (UKLK) as respondents. This study uses survey and quasi-experimental methods. The research instrument is a set of questionnaire which consists of two sections, Part A on respondents' demographics and part B on Sofian Emotional Intelligence Inventory (SofiEII). Whereas for quasi-experiments using the application Encouragement of Emotional Intelligence Module (EeiM). The data obtained were analyzed using descriptive statistics, percentage, frequency, and mean. The findings show that there is no difference between sex between moderate and high levels, while for high levels there is a difference in CSC members. The findings also show that there is a difference between the sexes between medium to high level and high level CSC members for dimension of self-emotion, self-management dimension, dimension of social efficiency and dimensions of social skills. Findings after the intervention found that there was a difference between the sexes and the increase to the high level of CSC members. The findings of the post-intervention study on the dimensions of self-emotion, the selfmanagement dimension and social efficiency found that there was a difference between sex between medium to high and high levels, finding also showed a high elevation of EI for each dimension. For the dimensions of social skills, there is no difference between sex between moderate and high levels, but for high levels there is a difference between sexes, finding also show a high level of improvement for dimensions of social skills. In conclusion, gender factors can make a difference to the level of EI and the difference of each dimension before and after the intervention

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