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Structure of social intellect 3810


Savenkov A.I.
PhD in Psychology, Director of the Institute of Education Pedagogy and Psychology, GAOU VO Moscow City "Moscow City Pedagogical University", Moscow, Russia

The article described ways to construct the content of the processes of diagnosis and development of social intelligence with the help of a graphical metaphor. The intersection of lines on three sides of the cube allows developing a large number of methodological tools to diagnose and develop basic constituents of social intelligence

Keywords: social intelligence, emotional intelligence, social competence, diagnosis of social intelligence, diagnosis of social competence, development of social intelligence and social competence

Column: General psychology


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