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International Education Studies, v9 n3 p131-147 2016

The study has examined the correlation between emotional intelligence, social skills, and religious behavior among university female students, since it had been noticed that there was escalation in the frequency of some behavioral and emotional problems such as vandalism, aggression, social withdrawal, weakness of social relations, patterns of friendship between female students, lack of positive social attributes, indifference and carelessness towards lectures, and frequent absence. The study has followed the quantitative research approach by the emotional intelligence criterion, social skills criterion and religious behavior criterion. The study sample consisted of 338 female students of the university students selected by the purposive sample method from both Islamic Studies and Arabic Language Departments. The study revealed that the average grade for the emotional intelligence among the female university students the Faculty of Arts in Hafar Al-Batin/University of Dammam is high--the arithmetic average on the criterion as a whole reached 3.611. The average grade for the religious behavior among the female university students the Faculty of Arts in Hafar Al-Batin of University of Dammam is high--the arithmetic average on the criterion as a whole reached 4.605.

Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Interpersonal Competence, Religion, Females, College Students, Foreign Countries, Student Behavior, Behavior Problems, Statistical Analysis, Majors (Students), Instructional Program Divisions, Predictor Variables, Correlation, Questionnaires, Multiple Regression Analysis

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Author: Al-Tamimi, Eman Mohammad Reda Ali; Al-Khawaldeh, Naseer Ahmad

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2436&id=EJ1093364



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