The Effectiveness of Emotional Intelligence Training on Marital Satisfaction of Married Teachers Women in City of Yasuj
AbstractThis study aimed to investigate the effect of emotional intelligence on marital satisfaction in married women teachers in city of Yasuj. Methodology: In this study random cluster sampling is used. Among married women teachers in all schools city of Yasuj, 40 subjects were selected and the two control groups were replaced by random assignment. After pre-test using marital satisfaction questionnaire (1992) was used to the experimental group received 8 weekly sessions of emotional intelligence training and the control group were placed on a waiting list. Results: The test was performed using the same tools. Analysis of covariance showed emotional intelligence training to improve marital satisfaction, participants also had a significant effect (P <0.05). Conclusion: The results of this study raise the couple's emotional abilities by emotional intelligence and its effect on marital satisfaction emphasized.
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