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Journal of Modern Foreign Psychology

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/jmfp

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Emotional intelligence and aggression in foreign studies 354

Kochetova Y.A., PhD in Psychology, Master of Psychological and Pedagogical Education of the The Sapienza University of Rome, clinical psychologist, assistant professor chair of developmental psychology by L.F. Obukhova, Moscow state psychological-pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia, kochetovayua@mgppu.ru
Klimakova M.V., post-graduate student at the chair of developmental psychology named after L.F. Obukhova, department of psychology of education, Moscow city psychological-pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia, Mk-217@yandex.ru
Abstract
In recent years the number of researches studying aggression in the context of emotional intelligence has increased, however, the problem of the relationship between the level of aggression and the level of development of specific emotional intelligence components is still poorly studied. The purpose of this article is to give an overview of foreign studies focused on aggression and its connection with emotional intelligence and its components. The article considers studies demonstrating the relationship between the General level of aggression, physical and verbal aggression, overt and relational aggression, anger and hostility and emotional intelligence. The article presents the results of studies showing the specific role of emotional intelligence and its components in reducing the level of aggressive behavior, and the ability of emotional intelligence to be a predictor of aggressive behavior. A better understanding of these psychological processes will help to develop and implement more effective programs for the prevention of aggressive behavior.

Keywords: physical aggression, verbal aggression, overt aggression, relational aggression, anger, hostility, emotional intelligence, components of emotional intelligence, adolescence

Column: Developmental psychology

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/jmfp.2019080303

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