Efficiency of Training Emotional Intelligence on Reducing Alexithymia Syndrome in Third Grade Male High School Students
In this study, the efficiency of training emotional intelligence components on reducing Alexithymia syndrome has been investigated, first using TAS_20 test and emotional intelligent test 20 high school students were selected who have received the highest scores in Alexithymia test and the lowest scores in emotional intelligence test and they were provided with intelligence components within 8 sections. Comparing the results of both control and experimental groups showed that teaching emotional components leads to reduction of Alexithymia syndrome and is significant in the level F(1,17) = 293/86, P = 0/001). (original abstract)
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