Vol 29, No 1 (2020)

Table of Contents

Articles

GUEST EDITORS' NOTE PDF
Tamara Mohorić, Vladimir Takšić, John Pellitteri
Predictive Processing of Interoception, Decision-Making, and Allostasis: A Computational Framework and Implications for Emotional Intelligence PDF
Hideki Ohira 1-16
How to Transversely Develop Ability Emotional Intelligence Ability through School Subjects? A Theoretical Proposal PDF
José M. Mestre 17-41
Implicit Theories of Emotional Intelligence, Ability and Trait-Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement PDF
Ana Costa, Luísa Faria 43-61
The Relationship between Perceived Emotional Intelligence, Work Engagement, Job Satisfaction, and Burnout in Italian School Teachers: An Exploratory Study PDF
Antonella D’Amico, Alessandro Geraci, Chiara Tarantino 63-84
The Effects of Short-Term Emotional Intelligence Training on Preschool Teachers in Poland PDF
Marzena Martyniak, John Pellitteri 85-94
On the Development of Emotional Intelligence: Two-Wave Study on Early Adolescents PDF
Ana Babić Čikeš, Vesna Buško 95-118
Effects of Measures of Emotional Intelligence on the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Transformational Leadership PDF
Ljerka Hajncl, Dario Vučenović 119-134
The Vocabulary of Emotions Test (VET): Psychometric Properties of the Serbian Version PDF
Ana Altaras Dimitrijević, Zorana Jolić Marjanović, Jelena Starčević 135-150
Construct-Related Validity of the Emotional Skills and Competence Questionnaire – Children’s Form (ESCQ-C) PDF
Tamara Mohorić 151-166
Cross-Cultural and Gender Measurement Invariance of the Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Emotional Competence Questionnaire PDF
Andreja Avsec, Irina Belasheva, Jiri Cenek, Azizuddin Khan, Tamara Mohorić, Vladimir Takšić, Gaja Zager Kocjan 167-190
Cross-Cultural Questionnaires and the Necessity of Using Native Translators: A Croatian-Swedish Case PDF
Bo Molander, Stefan Holmström, Vladimir Takšić 191-198


ISSN: 1332-0742