The TEIQue is a scientific measurement instrument based exclusively on trait EI theory and providing a comprehensive assessment of the emotional world of the individual. The TEIQue is predicated on trait EI theory, which conceptualises emotional intelligence as a personality trait, located at the lower levels of personality hierarchies. Several version of the TEIQue are available at the London Psychometrics Laboratory website. These versions include:
- TEIQue Short Form
- TEIQue Adolescent Form
- TEIQue Adolescent Short Form
- TEIQue 360 degrees
- TEIQue 360 degrees Short Form
- TEIQue Child Form
- TEIQue Child Short Form
Emotionality, Self control, Sociability, Wellbeing, Adaptability, Emotion control Low impulsiveness, Self-motivation, Trait empathy, Assertiveness, Emotion expression, Relationships, Social awareness, Trait happiness, Emotion appraisal (self and others), Emotion management (others), Self-esteem, Stress management, Trait optimism Child form contains the following: Emotion perception; Adaptability; Emotion expression; Emotion perception; Emotion regulation; Impulsiveness; Relationships; Self-esteem; Self-motivation
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