Emotional Intelligence Survey

by: hodgesei

Dear Survey Taker,

My name is Alexandra Walsh a student attending Hodges University graduate school of Business Management.
The attached survey is a part of my research project referencing Emotional Intelligence. Thank you for participating in the taking of this survey.


Interpretation: Emotional Intelligence refers to how well an individual handles themselves and others rather than how smart he/she or how capable he/she is in terms of social skills.

  1. 1

    What is your gender?

  2. 2

    I use self-talk as a way of coping with situations that make me angry.

  3. 3

    It is important to tell kids not to respond to bullying by fighting.

  4. 4

    As part of regular classroom time students should be able to share with peers how they are feeling.

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    Students with low emotional knowledge will do poorer academically.

  6. 6

    When I am in a positive mood, solving problems is easy for me.

  7. 7

    I understand the other persons point of view, even if it is opposite of mine.

  8. 8

    I handle stress in positive ways (exercise, reading, relaxation).

  9. 9

    I could improve in handling any anxiety, sadness and fear of the unknown.

  10. 10

    I can be assertive without expressing anger.

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    Bullying was something that I experienced or observed in school.

  12. 12

    I have realistic expectation for myself.

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    Schools sole mission is to prepare students intellectually not emotionally.

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    The teaching of topics such as self-awareness, self-control, self-esteem are better taught outside of schools.

  15. 15

    Schools, Communities and Parents should partner in teaching areas that reflect emotional intelligence.

  16. 16

    I was taught social emotional skills when attending schools and benefitted from those lessons.

  17. 17

    My negotiation style is that I like to win.

  18. 18

    Name calling concerning religion, race or national origin is something that I have experienced or observed while attending school.

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    At times, I am guided by emotion in problem solving or decision making.

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    I deal with anger in ways that are destructive not constructive.

  21. 21

    I believe lack of self-discipline on the part of students effects the learning of other students.

  22. 22

    Teaching Emotional Intelligence would have little impact on the social culture of a school.

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    I believe controlling impulses and delaying gratification is very much overrated.

  24. 24

    When another person tells me about an important event in their life, I almost feel as though I have experienced this event myself.

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    I believe that trusting one another in a relationship can only lead to disappointment.

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    Schools should not be a place where social emotional learning is part of everyday learning.

  27. 27

    People sometimes tell me that I have gone too far with teasing.

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    A childs self-worth depends on how they achieve in school.

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    When I was a student in elementary school I was subjected to hitting, punching or pushing.

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    I do not believe that you can teach people how to react to their emotions.

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    In schools emotional intelligence teaching is of equal importance as academic teaching.

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    What is your age?

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