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Conclusions

Following the results of the spent dissertational work devoted to research of vozrastno-sexual features sotsioemotsionalnogo of intelligence of younger schoolboys and teenagers empirical data which supplement the information available in domestic psychology in the field of studying of social and emotional intelligence have been obtained.

1) existence of close interrelations between components of social and emotional intelligence of pupils of the younger school and teenage age, forming, in essence, uniform structure sotsioemotsionalnogo intelligence Is proved. It is shown, that the model sotsioemotsionalnogo intelligence of younger schoolboys and teenagers consists of three factors. The factor of an estimation and forecasting of behaviour of associates determines following variables: behaviour forecasting, understanding of a mimicry and gestures, understanding of verbal displays of behaviour, understanding intentsy and requirements of participants of communications. The factor of successful social interaction includes understanding of emotional conditions of associates, management of another's emotional conditions, understanding of the emotional conditions, social skills. The management factor the behaviour in situations of interpersonal interaction influences recognition of relationships of cause and effect in interpersonal situations, social knowledge, management of the emotional conditions, the control of the nonverbal displays, social sensitivity. All presented to three-factorial model sotsioemotsionalnogo intelligence of younger schoolboys and teenagers variables make the general system of components of social and emotional intelligence co-operating among themselves.

2) It is established, what the management factor by the behaviour in situations of interpersonal interaction and age essential impact on the factor of an estimation and forecasting of behaviour of associates (R make? = 0,89). Such directed communication testifies that than above age of the child and the the abilities connected with management by the behaviour are is better developed at it, the is better he understands and predicts behaviour of associates.

The factor of successful social interaction is rather independent, making thus moderate impact on following variables: recognition

Relationships of cause and effect in interpersonal situations, social knowledge,

Management of the emotional conditions, the control of the nonverbal displays and behaviour forecasting.

3) features of development sotsioemotsionalnogo intelligence taking into account a floor and age of the child Are revealed. Girls better boys understand the emotional conditions at all stages younger school and teenage

Age. For management of the emotional conditions and social sensitivity there are distinctions on a floor, differing unstable age dynamics. Girls of 7-8 years considerably surpass coevals of a male in management indicators the emotions. In predpubertatnyj the period (9-11 years) pupils of both floors do not differ on average values in management of the emotions. During the period from 12-13 till 14-16 years increase of degree of expressiveness of the given component with insignificant sexual distinctions is observed.

Social sensitivity on the average above at girls of 7-8 years, than at boys of the same age. On an age interval predpubertatnogo the period (9-11 years) males show sharp increase of the social

Sensitivity, much more advancing the coevals in degree of expressiveness of this ability.

In the beginning pubertatnogo the period (12-13 years) the essential

Sexual distinctions are not observed. By 14-16 years social sensitivity is again shown above at girls in comparison with coevals of an opposite sex.

4) It is defined, that schoolboys of 9-11 years in comparison with children of 7-8 years understand emotional conditions at themselves is much better and associates, at them the set of social knowledge extends, they show the big ability to recognition of some relationships of cause and effect in behaviour of associates. Pupils of 9-11 years of the girl and boys show slightly smaller or big in comparison with younger and senior teenagers of both floors average values on these variables sotsioemotsionalnogo intelligence. It is shown, that boys of 9-11 years most highly appreciate the social skills in comparison to all other samples.

5) authentic interrelations between sotsiometricheskim the status of pupils of 9-11 years of both floors and variables źsocial skills╗ Are established,

źManagement of another's emotional conditions╗, źunderstanding of emotional conditions of associates╗. For younger male schoolboys 9-11 summer age have been revealed correlations between the social

Knowledge and sotsiometricheskim the status. Positive correlations between forecasting of behaviour and sotsiometricheskim the status of girls-teenagers of 12-16 years are found out. It is shown: the above value of these variables SEI, the above sotsiometrichesky the status of pupils in the classes. Values of such correlations vary in a range from 0.50 till.

6) updating of a technique of social intelligence Tromso for Russian-speaking sample of younger schoolboys and teenagers Is carried out. Results of application konfirmatornogo the factorial analysis have revealed two-factorial structure of a questionnaire which is reproduced without changes in various on a floor and age samples of schoolboys. Scales of the modified technique -

źSocial sensitivity╗ and źSocial skills╗ possess enough

High reliability on an internal coordination of points entering into them. Test norms of questionnaire Tromso are developed for schoolboys. The Russian-speaking version of technique Tromso can find the application in the scientific or psychodiagnostic purposes. There are bases to believe, that substantial interpretation of scales becomes more detailed during practical application.

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A source: Semenov Vladislav Jurevich. AGE AND SEXUAL FEATURES OF SOCIO-EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF YOUNGER SCHOOLBOYS AND ADOLESCENTS. 2016

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