MEASURING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, PERSONALITY TRAITS AND OCCUPATIONAL ASPIRATION OF INSTITUTIONALIZED ADOLESCENT ORPHANS USING ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE(ANOVA)
Keywords:Emotional intelligence, personality traits, and occupational aspiration
The objective of the study was to determine the relationship between the levels of emotional intelligence (measured by emotional intelligence inventory, Dr. S.K Mangal), personality traits (measured by personality inventory, Dr. H.J Eyesenck)and occupational aspiration (measured by occupational aspiration scale, Dr. J.S Grewal) of a random sample of a 250 institutionalized adolescent orphans from kerala. A detailed study was conducted based on their gender and locale. A quantitative survey was used for the study. Analysis of variance indicated that emotional intelligence was related to personality traits of institutionalized adolescent orphans. The implications of the study contribute new knowledge to the field of educational psychology and may be used to facilitate proactive occupational aspiration among institutionalized adolescent orphans.
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