La Inteligencia Emocional como Factor Protector ante el Suicidio en Adolescentes

Colorado, Yuly Suárez
June 2012
Revista de Psicologia GEPU;jun2012, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p182
Academic Journal
For 1990 professors Mayer and Salovey raised for the first time a new concept that revolutionary psychology, in particular theorists of intelligence, "emotional intelligence" (IE). Today is regarded as a relatively new construct, interesting, but at the same time very controversial however in recent times the various studies have made important contributions to the various areas of psychology, in particular: the organizational and educational, some have already penetrated in the clinic by making clear the importance of EI for human developmentthe health and quality of life. This review considers the statistical relevance of suicide in younger populations, the relationship between suicide risk and factors affected EI, in a way which estimated its importance as an element that can prevent behaviors suicide (ideation, attempted and completed suicide) in adolescents.


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