Intelligenza Emotiva e adattamento psico-sociale in adolescenti immigrati di seconda generazione.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOtherpeer-review

Abstract

[automatically translated] They will report the results of a study to examine whether individual levels of Emotional Intelligence in second-generation immigrant adolescents are positively associated with different psychosocial adjustment indicators, such as individual well-being, social relationships with peers, performance and motivation school to this end, 307 adolescents aged between 10 and 18 years, 237 of Italian origin (153 F, 84 M) and 70 second-generation immigrants (39 F, 31 M) were evaluated by the test IE- ACCME (D'Amico, 2013) for the measurement of emotional intelligence, the Ryff scale (Italian version of Ruini, 2003) for the psychological well-being and sociogram Moreno (1980) to explore the social relations among peers. Furthermore,
Original languageItalian
Pages99-99
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Cite this