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International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education / IJCRSEE
2016, vol. 4, br. 1, str. 17-21
jezik rada: engleski
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The influence of the emotional inteligence in protection of the mental health in conditions of a psychosocial stress
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aFaculty of Education-Bitola, Republic od Macedonia
bBiznis Akademija Smilevski, MSU 'G. R. Derzavin' Bitola, Republic od Macedonia
cSS Josip Broz Tito-Bitola, Republic od Macedonia

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If our time is stressful, than protecting and promoting of our mental health is imperative of the time that is coming. In modern literature there is a huge interest for the determination of the mental health of the emotional intelligence, which is treated as a factor for it's keeping and development. This paper is based on the assumption that the emotional intelligence has considerable contribution for understanding the relationship between psychosocial stress and mental health, seen through three important variables: self-confidence, depression and aggressiveness. In the research were included 72 people, and for variables' measurement are used: questionnaire for measuring emotional intelligence (PK-45), stress inventory and questionnaire for emotional structure of the person- Profile index of emotions. The results from the regressive analyses showed that stress is connected to the three indicators of the mental health. People with low emotional intelligence react with lower self-confidence and high depression and aggressiveness in stressful situations. The two competencies of emotional intelligence (EI) - self consciousness and social consciousness statistically are different from the other relevant measures which show that EI is important thing in understanding the relationship between the stress and mental health.

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