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Title: The Survey of Positive and Negative Affect and Emotional Intelligence among the International Graduate Students in Taiwan
The Survey of Positive and Negative Affect and Emotional Intelligence among the International Graduate Students in Taiwan
Authors: Lusi Victoria LumbanGaol
高露希
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Education
國立臺灣海洋大學:教育研究所
Keywords: 外籍學生;正面影響;負面影響
international students;positive affect;negative affect;emotional intelligence
Date: 2015
Issue Date: 2017-05-09T08:28:37Z
Abstract: This research aims to explore ‘positive and negative affect’, ‘emotional intelligence’ and their relationships on the international students in the northern part of Taiwan. With the purposive sampling, there are 179 students from 7 universities participated in this research (response rate 72.76%). The main findings are as follows: Firstly, the total score of positive affect is higher than median and the total score of negative affect is lower than median. Secondly, the total score of emotional intelligence is higher than median. The subscales of emotional intelligence from high to low are ‘utilization of emotion’, ‘management own emotion’, ‘managing others emotion’ and ‘perception of emotion’. Thirdly, the master student is significantly higher than the doctor students on ‘negative affect’; the students with assistant job are significantly higher than the students without assistant job on the ‘positive affect’ and ‘utilization of emotion’. Fourthly, ‘emotional intelligence’ and its four subscales show high correlations with ‘positive affect’ (between .37 to .50) and negative affect (between -.27 to .35). Based on the multi-regression, it clearly shows that ‘management own emotion’ and ‘managing other emotion’ can highly predict ‘positive affect’ (R=.50, R2=.25), and finally, based on canonical correlation analysis, the ‘managing own emotion’ and ‘managing other emotion’ have highly influence positively on ‘positive affect’ and negatively on ‘negative affect (ρ=.53). It shows that managing own and other emotions can influence positive and negative affect. Hence, how to promote the quality of managing own and other emotions is the core factor to increase positive affect and reduce the negative affect for improving mental health on international students.
This research aims to explore ‘positive and negative affect’, ‘emotional intelligence’ and their relationships on the international students in the northern part of Taiwan. With the purposive sampling, there are 179 students from 7 universities participated in this research (response rate 72.76%). The main findings are as follows: Firstly, the total score of positive affect is higher than median and the total score of negative affect is lower than median. Secondly, the total score of emotional intelligence is higher than median. The subscales of emotional intelligence from high to low are ‘utilization of emotion’, ‘management own emotion’, ‘managing others emotion’ and ‘perception of emotion’. Thirdly, the master student is significantly higher than the doctor students on ‘negative affect’; the students with assistant job are significantly higher than the students without assistant job on the ‘positive affect’ and ‘utilization of emotion’. Fourthly, ‘emotional intelligence’ and its four subscales show high correlations with ‘positive affect’ (between .37 to .50) and negative affect (between -.27 to .35). Based on the multi-regression, it clearly shows that ‘management own emotion’ and ‘managing other emotion’ can highly predict ‘positive affect’ (R=.50, R2=.25), and finally, based on canonical correlation analysis, the ‘managing own emotion’ and ‘managing other emotion’ have highly influence positively on ‘positive affect’ and negatively on ‘negative affect (ρ=.53). It shows that managing own and other emotions can influence positive and negative affect. Hence, how to promote the quality of managing own and other emotions is the core factor to increase positive affect and reduce the negative affect for improving mental health on international students.
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