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international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
Volume 3, 2017, Issue 3
A Comparative Study On the Emotional Intelligence of the Criminals (Intentional and Unintentional Crimes) In Central Prison of Kerman
Somayyeh Bakhani
Pages: 35-41

Abstract

This study has been conducted to compare emotional intelligence of the criminals (of intentional and unintentional crimes) in the central prison of Kerman. The population of the study included 146 imprisoned criminals (of intentional and unintentional crimes) in central prison of Kerman who were selected randomly. The Siber yashring EQ test was used in this study. Based on the results obtained and the analysis of data, the hypothesis of higher levels of emotional intelligence for criminals of unintentional crimes than the criminals guilty of intentional crimes was confirmed. The Hypothesis of higher levels of empathy in criminals of unintentional crimes than the criminals guilty of intentional crimes was confirmed. The Hypothesis of higher levels of empathy in criminals of unintentional crimes than the criminals guilty of intentional charges was confirmed. the hypothesis stating that levels of consciousness in criminal of unintentional crimes is higher than that of criminals of intentional crimes, was confirmed. the hypothesis stating that levels of self-control in criminal of unintentional crimes is higher than that of criminals of intentional crimes, was confirmed. The hypothesis stating that levels of self-stimulation in criminal of unintentional crimes is higher than that of criminals of intentional crimes, was confirmed. The hypothesis stating that levels of social skills in criminal of unintentional crimes are higher than that of criminals of intentional crimes was confirmed.





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