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Эмоциональный интеллект и стиль воспитания девочек старшего подросткового возраста

Краснов А. В.

Proposed that parenting may influence children’s development of emotional intelligence. However, a few research has been done in this area. In view of the reviewed literature and given the scarcity of data, we conducted an exploratory study in an as yet unexplored field. The present study aims at examining relationships among parenting practices and adolescents’ emotional intelligence. 74 students (17-18 years, females) were surveyed to assess their perception of parenting styles and their own emotional intelligence. The results showed that adolescents’ emotional intelligence correlated with one of maternal parenting styles and four of paternal parenting styles. Positive interest of parents positively correlated with adolescents’ ability for understanding own emotions. Paternal positive interest positively correlated with adolescents’ ability for managing own emotions and emotional intelligence. Paternal directivity positively correlated with adolescents’ ability for understanding emotions (own and other). Paternal autonomy negatively correlated with adolescents’ emotional intelligence and ability for understanding other’s emotions. Paternal incoherence negatively correlated with adolescents’ ability for understanding and managing own emotions.