Article : Role Of Anterior Cingulate Cortex On Promotion Of Leadership Practices Of Secondary School Students In Bal Nagar

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Role Of Anterior Cingulate Cortex On Promotion Of Leadership Practices Of Secondary School Students In Bal Nagar

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Rajib Chakraborty

The present study is an attempt to study the role of anterior cingulate cortex region of the prefrontal cortex in promoting leadership practices through emotional self regulation in adolescents.  Sample for the study includes 50 urban students  (33 boys and 17 girls ) of classes VIII and IX of a secondary school in Bal Nagar, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. The data for measuring leadership practices is collected using Student Leadership Practices Inventory ( Student - LPI) prepared by Kouzes and Posner (2006). 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, Pearson’s Product-Moment Correlation coefficient is used. The significance of the test is calculated using critical value table for Pearson’s Product-Moment Correlation for the level of significance α at 0.05. The findings of the study reveal positive and moderate relationship between leadership practices and emotional intelligence, suggesting that anterior cingulate cortex region might play a vital role in leadership practices through emotional self regulation. No role of gender is found on the variables examined. 

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