Understanding relationship between emotional intelligence and perceived upbringing


  • Shivani Chamarty Counseling Psychologist, Applied Psychology in Counseling, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, BALM, Chennai,Hyderabad, India




Emotional Intelligence, Perceived Upbringing, Adolescence, Stroke Profile


The present study aims to understand the perceptions that adolescents have regarding the parenting they receive and to understand if it has any relation to their level of Emotional Intelligence. The study also aims to explore Stroke Profile of adolescents as an added contributor to their Emotional Intelligence. A sequential explanatory mixed method is employed on 40 participants from an educational institution in Hyderabad. The quantitative phase, comprises of two scales for both variables, EMBU- Perceived Upbringing scale (Perris, et al., 1980) and Emotional Intelligence scale (Petrides, 2009), which was administered on all participants, and analyzed using Pearson’s Correlation. A semi-structured interview that focused on Stroke Economy and its relationship with perceived parenting and EI, was facilitated with 8 participants based on analysis of quantitative results. Results of quantitative phase showed no significant correlation between the two variables, Perceived Upbringing and Emotional Intelligence; where as results of qualitative phase showed positive as well as no correlation between the two variables.


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Shivani Chamarty. (2022). Understanding relationship between emotional intelligence and perceived upbringing. International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 7(4). https://doi.org/ 10.25215/0704.078