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Developing the socio-emotional intelligence of doctoral students.

Devis-Rozental, C., 2023. Developing the socio-emotional intelligence of doctoral students. Encyclopedia, 3 (4), 1178-1186.

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DOI: 10.3390/encyclopedia3040085


Socio-emotional intelligence is the capacity to consider emotions, intuition, and cognition to identify, manage and express emotions and to respond to social situations with authenticity, openness and fairness. By doing so, individuals will achieve a sense of wellbeing and build meaningful relations whilst having a positive impact on the environment, others and themselves. The term doctoral student refers to a postgraduate researcher completing a doctoral degree. Supervisor is the term used in academia for an academic guiding and supporting the doctoral student. Doctoral supervisions usually include at least two academics as supervisors. A doctoral degree in the UK normally focuses on the in-depth study of a topic; these can be chosen by the doctoral student or sometimes be content-specific if a scholarship is attached.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:socio-emotional intelligence; doctoral students; supervisors; psychological safety; doctoral journey
Group:University Executive Team
ID Code:39012
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:27 Oct 2023 11:25
Last Modified:27 Oct 2023 11:25


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