Brief Emotional Intelligence Scale- 10 (BEIS-10)

Appraisal of own emotions
1.    I know why my emotions change
2.    I easily recognize my emotions as I experience them
Appraisal of others’ emotions
3.    I can tell how people are feeling by listening to the tone of their voice
4.    By looking at their facial expressions‚ I recognize the emotions people are experiencing
Regulation of own emotions
5.    I seek out activities that make me happy
6.    I have control over my emotions
Regulation of others’ emotions
7.    I arrange events others enjoy
8.    I help other people feel better when they are down
Utilization of emotions
9.    When I am in a positive mood‚ I am able to come up with new ideas
10.I use good moods to help myself keep trying in the face of obstacles
1= Strongly Disagree to 5= Strongly Agree

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