Emotional Intelligence and its Relation to the Stressors of life among King Saud University Students

Abdullah A. Al-Zahrani

Abstract


The aim of current study was to identify more life stressors, and the dimensions of emotional intelligence prevalent from the point of view of male and female students at King Saud University. Also, it comes to identify the relationship between emotional intelligence and the nature of life stressors faced by students at King Saud University. The Study tries to identify the differences in emotional intelligence and life stressors for students of King Saud University, which attributed to sex, age, grade point average, and the type of study (scientific, literary). The study sample consisted of 426 male and female students at King Saud University. The results showed that there are significant differences between emotional intelligence and life stressors faced by students at King Saud University. It turns out that there are differences in emotional intelligence between males and females in favor of females; While there are no differences in both the type of study and age. Finally, the study shows that there are differences of stressors in a lifetime for the age group between 19-25; While there are no differences in both type, the type of study.

Keywords


Emotional Intelligence, Life Stressors, Gender, Students.

Full Text:

PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.