Emotional Intelligence Report for Pelin Sacak (date: 20121229)

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This test is based on ground-breaking work done by Dr. Paul Ekman (PhD). This test measures my ability to perceive different and unique emotions on people's faces

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Emotional Intelligence Report for Pelin Sacak (date: 20121229)

  1. 1. Emotional Intelligence Report for Pelin Saçak 1. Overview: Your Score was: 20 / 20 Your score indicates that you are competent at recognizing basic facial emotions. You are generally aware of what people are feeling in many situations. When feeling troubled or upset, you can figure out why you are feeling that way. In a group setting, you are aware of how people feel about others in the group. In emotionally-charged situations, you may feel anxious or tense, but you know how to control yourself and act appropriately. While you value solitude, you prefer to spend time with friends or getting to know new people in familiar and comfortable environments. At the workplace, you can get comfortable with new colleagues. New environments may seem difficult, but you can adapt and learn. You can blend into a new group or company. When in meetings, you notice obvious body language that shows whether someone is interested, bored, eager or hostile. You can detect positive or negative attitudes in the tone of someones voice, and intuitively decide to like or dislike that person. We recommend taking this test again 2 - 3 times in order to practice recognizing basic emotional states. Take more time to listen when interacting with people. Say less, watch more. Lean in and watch what is happening on their faces. The more you practice, the more you will improve.
  2. 2. 2. Emotional Detection AnalysisBreakdown on your responses by emotion:EMOTION RESPONSEFearHappinessAngerEmbarrassmentPrideSurpriseContemptDisgustFlirtatiousnessPainCompassionAmusementInterestSadnessDesireShamePolitenessLove
  3. 3. Breakdown by emotion type:EMOTION ACCURACYNegativeFear, Anger, Embarrassment, Contempt, Disgust, 100%Sadness, Shame, PainPositiveLove, Desire, Amusement, Compassion, Flirt, 100%HappinessNeutral 100%Politeness, Interest, Pride, Surprise You are best at detecting Positive emotions.
  4. 4. 3. Quick Guide to Facial Emotions Here is a quick guide that will help understand some important work-place related emotionsContemptHappiness
  5. 5. Anger
  6. 6. SadnessDisgustCredits for pictures and research: University of Berkeley, CA

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