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      A Psychometric Investigation of the Georgian Version of the Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire

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          The current study presents the results of the adaptation of the Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire (TEIQue; Petrides, 2009) to the Georgian population. Nine hundred twenty two individuals participated in the standardization of the instrument (267 male and 655 female participants, from 17 to 70 years). Results from exploratory factor analyses indicate that the factor structure of the British TEIQue is broadly replicated in the Georgian translation. The Georgian Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire comprises 15 primary facets and four higher-order factors: Emotionality, Sociability, Self-Control, and Well-Being. The Cronbach α reliabilities of the TEIQue factors ranged from .69 to .82, and from .62 to .81 for the 15 facets. TEIQue global scores were normally distributed. There were no gender differences in global TEI scores, though such differences did emerge in some TEI factors and facets.

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          Trait emotional intelligence: psychometric investigation with reference to established trait taxonomies

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            The location of trait emotional intelligence in personality factor space.

            The construct of trait emotional intelligence (trait EI or trait emotional self-efficacy) provides a comprehensive operationalization of emotion-related self-perceptions and dispositions. In the first part of the present study (N=274, 92 males), we performed two joint factor analyses to determine the location of trait EI in Eysenckian and Big Five factor space. The results showed that trait EI is a compound personality construct located at the lower levels of the two taxonomies. In the second part of the study, we performed six two-step hierarchical regressions to investigate the incremental validity of trait EI in predicting, over and above the Giant Three and Big Five personality dimensions, six distinct criteria (life satisfaction, rumination, two adaptive and two maladaptive coping styles). Trait EI incrementally predicted four criteria over the Giant Three and five criteria over the Big Five. The discussion addresses common questions about the operationalization of emotional intelligence as a personality trait.
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                Journal
                jpa
                European Journal of Psychological Assessment
                Hogrefe Publishing
                1015-5759
                2151-2426
                April 2012
                2013
                : 29
                : 2
                : 84-88
                Affiliations
                [ 1 ] Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
                Author notes
                Khatuna Martskvishvili, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Tbilisi State University, I. Chavchavadze av. #1, Tbilisi 0179, Georgia, +995 599-175515, khatuna.martskvishvili@ 123456tsu.ge
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                jpa_29_2_84
                10.1027/1015-5759/a000135
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