Moderating effect of trait emotional intelligence on the relationship between parental nurturance and prosocial behaviour.

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Summary of "Moderating effect of trait emotional intelligence on the relationship between parental nurturance and prosocial behaviour."

Research on the moderating role of trait emotional intelligence (EI) has typically examined this construct in light of other risk factors and their detrimental effects on adolescents' outcomes. This study aims to expand this line of research by focusing on the enhancing effect of trait EI and its moderating effects on the relationship between parental nurturance and adolescents' prosocial behaviour. According to such view, higher trait EI was expected to enhance the positive effect of parental nurturance on adolescents' prosocial behaviour.


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Name: Journal of adolescence
ISSN: 1095-9254
Pages: 113-119


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