EFFECT OF EMOTIONAL TRAINING ON SPORTS PERFORMANCE

Kokni Vipulbhai Rameshbhai

Abstract


There are many arguments about the de􀃶nition of emotional
intelligence, arguments that regard both terminology and
operationalizations. Salovey and Mayer who de􀃶ned emotional
intelligence as “the ability to monitor one's own and others' feelings
and emotions, to discriminate among them and to use this
information to guide one's thinking and actions”, made the 􀃶rst
published attempt toward a de􀃶nition. Despite this early de􀃶nition,
there has been confusion regarding the exact meaning of this
construct. The de􀃶nitions are so varied and the 􀃶eld is growing so
rapidly, that researchers are constantly amending even their own
de􀃶nitions of the construct. Up to the present day, there are three
main models of emotional intelligence


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