Emotional intelligence and coping part 1
Part 3
Part 2
Emotional intelligence and emotions associated with optimal and dysfunctional athletic performance

The results of this study show that if your emotional intelligence is high, then you are likely to experience positive
emotional states when performing successfully, and less likely to experience negative emotions when performing
poorly. The take home message is that if you experience intense negative emotions before trying to achieve a goal.
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We conducted an in-depth study that aimed to help netball players get better at coping.
The work was done over time, with players having mentors and self-help material being developed.
Evaluating the effectiveness of a 12-month intervention
Coping and self-efficacy in students
The study found that students low in self-efficacy with  coping skills that they were unsure on how to use and when to use
struggled at university. The proposed solution is to teach students coping skills, help students to use them when
experiencing stress, or anticipating stressful events, and build up confidence in personal resources so that demanding
tasks can be tackled without experiencing debilitating psychological states.
Teaching coping skills helps student
Coping and emotional intelligence interventions
Reflections on the process...read more
Self-help resources to download