Article : A Study On The Anatomical Differences Of Orbito-frontal Cortex In Genders Through The Measurement Of Dimensions Of Emotional Intelligence In Secondary School Students

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A Study On The Anatomical Differences Of Orbito-frontal Cortex In Genders Through The Measurement Of Dimensions Of Emotional Intelligence In Secondary School Students

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Rajib Chakraborty

 The present study is an attempt to study the differences in emotional self regulation with respect to gender, due to the anatomical differences of orbito-frontal cortex of prefrontal cortex, in secondary school students. For this purpose, comparisons of the students’ scores of dimensions in emotional intelligence were carried out. Samples for the study includes 70 urban students  (47 boys and 23 girls ) of classes VIII and IX of  secondary schools in New Nagole and Bal Nagar areas of Hyderabad city, Telangana, India. Emotional self regulation, through emotional intelligence construct, is measured by collecting data using the Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire – Adolescent Short Form (TEIQue-ASF), prepared by Petrides, K. V. & Furnham, A. (2006) for adolescents. For data analysis, mean, standard deviation. The significance of the test is calculated using t-test for the level of significance α at 0.05. The findings of the study reveal no differences between the genders in all the measured dimensions of emotional self regulation through emotional intelligence

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