Emotional intelligence encompasses skills related to understanding and effectively utilizing emotions to guide thoughts and behavior. While the debate persists regarding whether emotional intelligence stands as an independent construct or a fusion of other traits, the questionnaires employed to measure EI have demonstrated significant correlations with various real-life outcomes, including career success and educational achievements. Notably, emotional intelligence is closely intertwined with empathy. The Empathy Quotient questionnaire, developed by Baron-Cohen and colleagues as a clinical tool for diagnosing autism, a condition often associated with challenges in empathy, shows high correlations with our perception of stress and our ability to cope with stressful situations.
Embark on this test to gain insights into your empathy levels and assess your capacity to recognize, comprehend, and manage both your own emotions and those of others.