Interaction Effect of Sex, Locality and Self-Confidence on Emotional Intelligence among Prospective Teachers
The present study has been carried out to assess the interaction effect of sex, locality and self-confidence on Emotional Intelligence on a sample of 100 prospective teachers both male and female belonging to urban and rural localities by applying a (2x2x2) three way factorial design. The data has been collected with the help of Self – Confidence Scale (Bhawlkar, 1992) and Emotional Intelligence Scale (Kumar, 2000). It has been revealed that the main effects of sex and self – confidence are found to be significant whereas the main effects of locality as well as the various interactions are found to be non – significant.
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