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View the PDF document How trait emotional intelligence moderates the impact of self-threatening feedback on outgroup-directed reactions
Author: Lakhan, Ravinesh Kumar.
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Award: M.A. Psychology
Subject: Emotional intelligence | Fiji. Personality and emotions | Fiji. Personality and intelligence | Fiji. Personality assessment | Fiji.
Date: 2020
Call No.: Pac BF 576 .L35 2020
BRN: 1386051
Copyright:10-20% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission

Abstract: There has been extensive research demonstrating that self-threat (elicited through receiving negative evaluative feedback) tends to facilitate prejudicial responding towards outgroups. However, there has been minimal empirical examination of factors that might moderate the impact of such self-threatening information. Trait Emotional Intelligence (TEI) has been associated with all forms of positive coping with stressors. The purpose of the current study was to explore the extent that the impact of exposure to self-threatening information would be moderated by individual differences in TEI.
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