Creativity Goes With Emotional Intelligence

Way back when I was a wee graduate student at the University of New Hampshire, I was working with Jack Mayer on developing one of the first ability-based measures of emotional intelligence (Mayer & Geher, 1996). I had no clue at the time that working with Jack on this topic was really working at the epicenter of one of the most cutting-edge concepts in all of psychology. Emotional intelligence (EI) has gone on to be considered a major area of personality functioning—predictive of all kinds of life outcomes

Source: Creativity Goes With Emotional Intelligence | Psychology Today

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