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Emotional intelligence and features of social and psychological adaptation in adolescents with deviant behavior 2283
Degtyarev A.V., senior Lecturer, Chair of Law Psychology, Department of Legal Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education , Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
The problem of social-psychological adaptation of adolescents with deviant behavioral today is of particular relevance in relation to the current process of restructuring of educational institutions - the merging of general and specialized schools for adolescents with behavioral problems in a unified educational complexes. In these circumstances it is necessary to find an efficient tool that will simultaneously accelerate the process of adaptation and have a positive preventive effect. In this article, the author shows that such a tool can become the emotional intelligence as a construct that includes various abilities of the emotional sphere. The main hypothesis of the study was that the socio-psychological adaptation of adolescents with deviant behavior has its own characteristics, different from the norm group, and is interconnected with the components of emotional intelligence. The study was conducted on the basis of general education school № 2077 formed by the merger of five educational institutions: the former school № 738, № 703, № 702, № 7 and № 77. The study involved 222 teenagers from 14 to 16 years (111 girls and 111 boys).
Keywords: emotional intelligence, prevention, deviant behavior, adolescence, social and psychological adaptation