The present study aimed at examining the contribution of emotional intelligence components to predicting positive social behavior, in addition to verifying the effectiveness of psychological intervention by providing a training program based on the components of emotional intelligence and measuring its impact on the development of positive social behavior among a sample of primary school students with nonverbal learning disabilities Resulting from inadequate functional functioning of the right hemisphere of the cerebral cortex "according to Rourke's theory". The sample of the basic study consisted of (20) students and students in the primary stage who suffer from non-verbal learning disabilities resulting from lack of functional performance of the right hemisphere of the cerebral cortex. The sample consisted of (290) primary school pupils The primary school in the city of ElTal al-Kabir in Ismailia Governorate was divided into two groups, one of which is experimental and the other one is an officer and each of them has (10) students. Using the study tools, the results indicated that the components of emotional intelligence contributed to predicting positive social behavior among primary school students with nonverbal learning disabilities. The results also indicated the effectiveness of the training program based on the components of emotional intelligence in the development of positive social behavior among the members of the experimental group, where the size of the impact of the training program is large, and the continuation of this positive effect, and did not show this to their counterparts in the control group.
عبد الواحد يوسُف, سُليمان
"أثر التدريب القائم على مكونات الذكاء الانفعالي فى تنمية السلوك الاجتماعي الإيجابي لذوى صعوبات التعلم غير اللفظية بالمرحلة الإبتدائية "دراسة تنبؤية – تجريبية","
Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط: Vol. 36
, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jfe_au/vol36/iss1/12