Propiedades psicométricas:escala Yucatán del uso percibido de la inteligencia emocional en menores (EYUPIE-M)

  1. Manuel Sosa - Correa
  2. Agustín Rodríguez - Ake
  3. Ricardo Castillo Ayuso
  4. Ponce González, Nicolás
  5. José M. Mestre
Revista iberoamericana de diagnóstico y evaluación psicológica

ISSN: 1135-3848

Year of publication: 2018

Volume: 3

Issue: 48

Pages: 127-138

Type: Article

DOI: 10.21865/RIDEP48.3.11 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen access editor

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Because emotional intelligence is linked to meaningful experiences in people (Mayer, Caruso, & Salovey 2016), it seeks to con vert the EIIE (Sosa - Correa & Rodríguez - Ake, 2011) to a new instrument (EYUPIE - M) to evaluate the use that minors give their perceived emotional intelligence (IEP) and to know the nature and significance of the relationship of this new instrument with other IEPs such as TMMS24, ESCQ and PANAS. The Yucatecan Scale of IEP perceived use in minors (EYUPIE - M, alpha reliability = .87) consists of 24 items and four sub - scales: Intrapersonal Emotional Consciousness (CE - Intra), Prosocial Use (UPS), Interpersonal Emotional Consciousness CE - Inter) and Antisocial Use (UAS). The internal consistency of the subscales ranged from .72 to .85. It was found that only CE - Intra, UPS and CE - Inter were positively related to the three sub - scales of the TMMS24, and so the UPS wi th all of the ESCQ and UAS, negatively with TMMS24 repair and with ESCQ regulation.