Emotional intelligence and self-efficacy of police officers of Dasmari�as City / by Regine Ann L. Mojica and Maria Eunicia S. Roa.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Indang, Cavite, 2014. Cavite State University- Main Campus,Description: xii, 118 pages : 28 cm. illustrationsContent type:
- 152.422 M72 2014
- College of Arts and Science (CAS)
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Thesis (BS Psychology) Cavite State University
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College of Arts and Science (CAS)
MOJICA, REGINE ANN L. and ROA, MARIA EUNICIA S. Emotional Intelligence and Self- Efficacy of Police Officers of Dasmarifias City. Undergraduate Thesis. Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Cavite State University- Main Campus, Indang, Cavite. March 2014. Adviser: Ms. Vivian D. Rogando, MA.
This study was conducted to determine the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Self- Efficacy among the Police officers in Dasmarinas City. Specifically, this study aimed to determine the: (1) level of emotional intelligence of police officers; (2) level of self-efficacy of the police officers; and (3) significant relationship between emotional intelligence and self- efficacy of the police officers. The researchers used descriptive correlational design for their study. There were (164) one hundred sixty-four participants. The researchers used total enumeration wherein all the police officers, because their number was few and limited. The data gathered were statistically treated using Mean, Frequency, Percentage, Standard Deviation, and Spearman Rank Correlation Coefficient. Results revealed that the scores of the Emotional Intelligence and Self- Efficacy level have a significant relationship. Police officers were emotionally skilled, were able to manage and control their negative emotions. They were good in handling their emotions as well as the emotions of other people. They believed in their own abilities to succeed in spite of failures and challenges. The police officers usually do not quit from their tasks but instead they were dedicated to achieve their goals. They believed in their own capabilities and managed their difficult job while giving their best effort in performing a task.
Submitted copy to the University Library. 04/24/2014 T-5470