Emotional Intelligence and its Relation with psychological Well- Being among employees of Independent Administration of Soran


  • Rezan Mohammed Othman Psychology Department, Faculty of Arts, Soran University Author
  • Ronak Hameed Othman Psychology Department, Faculty of Arts, Soran University Author




The aim of this Research was finding the nature of relationship between Emotional intelligence and psychological well- being. And identify the Level of Emotional intelligence and its dimensions, Moreover it attempts to identify the level of Psychological well- being and its dimensions, among samples of research. And finding the expected value of Emotional Intelligence for psychological well- being on aside, and identifying the Emotional Intelligence Level and Psychological well- being considering gender (male. Female) on the other side. In this research Followed the descriptive quantitative approach, And used the questionnaire as a tool to collect data, which consisted of (400) employees, (202) male and (198) female, that their ages were between (23_54) years, by the employees in Soran district center, by using the measure of Emotion Intelligence that was prepared by researchers, and for measuring the psychological well- being, the researchers took a scale (Ryff, 1989), and to achieve the results, the researchers used the statistical package for social sciences (SPSS). The results of the research concluded that participants have a high level of Emotion Intelligence, but they have a low level of psychological well- being, and there is a positive relationship of statistical significant between Emotion intelligence and Psychological well- being. While Emotion intelligence has the expected value of statistical evidence for psychological well- being, but in a small percentage. 


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Othman, Rezan Mohammed, and Ronak Hameed Othman , trans. 2024. “Emotional Intelligence and Its Relation With Psychological Well- Being Among Employees of Independent Administration of Soran”. Twejer Journal 6 (2): 585-654. https://doi.org/10.31918/.