Emotional Intelligence and Marital Adjustment among Professionals of different organizations

Muhammad Arshad, Iram Abbas, Khalid Mahmood


The present investigation was conducted to assess the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Marital Adjustment among professionals of different organizations including doctors, engineers and lecturers. Three hundred (300) professionals (male: 150, female: 150) were selected by convenient sampling technique from different institutions of Lahore, Multan and Faisalabad. The age range of the participants was 30 to 50 years. The Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS by Schutte et al., 1998) and Dyadic adjustment Scale by Spanier (1976) were administered on the participants. Emotional intelligence scores were compared with marital adjustment scores. The Pearson’s product moment correlation and t- test were used for statistical analysis. The results showed that emotional intelligence and marital adjustment were positively correlated and significant. Males showed high marital adjustment than females p<0.01 and females were emotionally intelligent than males as p<0.01

Keywords: Emotional intelligence, marital adjustment, professionals, organizations

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