Effect of Emotional Intelligence and Self-concept on Academic Performance: A Systematic Review of Cross-Cultural Research

Authors

  • Zartashia Kynat Javaid Lecturer, Department of Applied Psychology, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan Author
  • Muhammad Mubashar BS Applied Psychology, Government College University/DHMS, Al-Sehat Homeopathic Medical College, Faisalabad, Pakistan Author
  • Dr. Khalid Mahmood Associate Professor, Department of Applied Psychology, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan Author
  • Alina Noor BS Scholar of Applied Psychology, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan Author
  • Nida Javed BS Scholar of Applied Psychology, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan Author
  • Kalsoom Akhtar BS Scholar of Applied Psychology, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan Author
  • Amara Liaqat Ali PhD Scholar, School of Applied Psychology, University Utara Malaysia Author

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.61506/01.00315

Keywords:

Emotional Intelligence, Self-concept, Academic performance, Systematic review

Abstract

The current study explores the role of emotional intelligence and self-concept in construction of academic performance between students over different countries. The purpose of this study is to investigate that which method or instruments are used to collect and analyze the data also age range of the samples. Further, in this research we also analyzed the nature of constructs. Systematic review on 15 studies is included. This review has analyzed how relationship between emotional intelligence, academic performance and self-concept is measured, which research designs are used and what is concluded from these studies. Findings have revealed that in most studies self-concept and emotional intelligence is used as independent variable whereas academic performance is used as dependent variable. Mostly MSCIT, TMMS-24 and Self-concept scale were used in studies. Quantitative research design was employed in most of studies. The studies revealed that emotional intelligence and self-concept has a great influence on academic performance of students. Females have better academic self-concept and emotional intelligence (EI) as compared to males. But males show more emotional clarity and repair as compared to women. Improving self-concept and EI, academic stress in students can be modified. By enhancing academic performance, self- concept can also be enhanced. Moreover, self-concept of students is also influenced by any type of disabilities such as motor disability or giftedness. As the students with such disabilities show unique performance in academics. This research is beneficial for understanding the effect of emotional intelligence and self-concept on academic performance. 

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2024-06-01

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Javaid, Z. K. ., Mubashar, M. ., Mahmood, K. ., Noor, A. ., Javed, N. ., Akhtar, K. ., & Ali, A. L. . (2024). Effect of Emotional Intelligence and Self-concept on Academic Performance: A Systematic Review of Cross-Cultural Research. Bulletin of Business and Economics (BBE), 13(2), 189-199. https://doi.org/10.61506/01.00315

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