Esh, Shontelle. “Family Environment and Attachment Styles in Correlation within an Individual’s Current Emotional Intelligence Scores.” BA Honours (Psychology), Tyndale University, 2021.
The following information has been accumulated to examine the research question “How are parental relationships, attachment styles and emotional intelligence interrelated?”. Data collected from a sample of 68 individuals (52 of which were students at Tyndale university) was used to measure the correlation between parental relationships, attachment styles and emotional intelligence (EI). The measures used throughout this study were the Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire, the Close-Relationship Revised Questionnaire, and a Brief Family Relationship Scale. The measures were used to test the hypothesis that strong attachment styles and positive parental relationships correlate with high emotional intelligence. Results confirmed that there were positive correlations between parental relationships, attachment styles and EI.
Thesis (BA Honours) — Tyndale University, 2021
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