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Emotional Intelligence, Hope and Gratitude among Adolescents of Kashmir Valley: A Comparative Study
Irfan Fayaz
      
 PP. 1 - 19
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ABSTRACT: The present study examines the relationship between Emotional intelligence, Hope and Gratitude. The paper also tries to explore the significance of difference between adolescent boys and girls on Emotional intelligence, Hope and Gratitude. The sample consist of 100 (n-100) adolescents, fifty (50) boys and fifty (50) girls taken from two (2) different schools from Kashmir valley. Three questionnaires including Trait Meta-Mood Scale: - (TMMS; Salovey et al., 1995) measuring three aspects of Emotional intelligence i.e. Emotional Attention, Emotional Clarity and Emotional repair. The Gratitude Questionnaire (GQ-6; McCullough 2013) was used for measuring Gratitude and Hope scale by Snyder et al, (1991) for measuring the hope. The results showed significant correlation between two dimensions of emotional intelligence i.e. Emotional clarity with hope (r = .523, p<0.01), Emotional clarity (r = .346, p<0.01) and Emotional repair shows significant correlation with hope (r = .317, p<0.01), Emotional repair shows significant correlation with gratitude (r = .496, p<0.01). The study also revealed significant difference between boys and girls on Emotional clarity (t = 3.519, p<0.01), Emotional repair (t = 2.104, p<0.05), and it also revealed significance of difference between adolescent boys and girls on Gratitude (t = 2.251, p<0.05). Adolescent boys differ significantly with adolescent girls on Emotional intelligence, Hope and Gratitude. Overall showed that significant correlation between the three variables and adolescent boys and girls do differ significantly on Emotional intelligence, Hope and Gratitude.


How to Guide Students to Do Scientific Research
Ao Shang, Min Luo, Xiao-Yu Xu, Hua-Bin Li
      
 PP. 20 - 24
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ABSTRACT: An important part of higher education is to train students to carry out scientific research in their research field and to possess certain scientific research quality and ability. The main content of students’ scientific research includes reading literature, conducting experiments, and publishing academic papers, attending team seminars and academic conferences, and so on. Perfecting the guidance of teachers to students can further improve the overall quality, cultivate the innovation ability and enhance the enthusiasm for scientific research of students. In this paper, we summarize our teaching experience in the past years and provide ways to guide students to better participate in the scientific research.