The development of emotional competence in adolescent

1Dr.Shaimaa Nasef Enad, Marwaa Ameer Abd Ali

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Abstract:

The present study aims at finding out the progress of the emotional competence of the teenagers whose ages (12,13,14,15,16) years as well as exploring the significant differences at the effective efficiency of the sex and age variables . To achieve the aim at the study , the researcher has designed a scale for the effective efficiency which consists of (47) items. A sample of (400) male and female teenagers has been chosen randomly, then, the psychometric factors of the scale have been secured including (validity and reliability) The researcher has come up with the following results: 1. Teenagers of (15) years have effective efficiency 2.Effective efficiency is considered a progress factor (constructive) for the ages (12,13,14,15,16) years and this fact is assured by the theories of the progressive stages . 3.The progress of the effective efficiency is affected by the sex variable since girls are faster in progress of the effective efficiency than boys. In the light of the results and the conclusions, the researcher has written some suggestions and recommendations.

Keywords:

emotional competence, teenagers, psychometric factors

Paper Details
Month3
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 3
Pages6302-6325