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Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders

Uzma Ilyas, Rida Hussain Bukhari, Arooj Fatima.

Abstract
Objective: To investigate the predictive effect of self-concept and emotional intelligence of transgenders and to explore their understanding of the role of emotions in goal adjustment.
Methodology: The study sample comprised of 100 transgenders and was carried out at Fountain House and Khawaja Sira Society, Lahore. The correlational research design and purposive sampling was applied through the following scales; Schutte Self-Report Emotional Intelligence Test Goal-Adjustment Scale and Self-Concept Scale.
Results: There was significant relationship between self-concept, goal-disengagement and goal-reengagement. Results of hierarchical regression analyses indicated predictive effect of self-concept on goal reengagement.
Conclusion: Given ample opportunities and good support system, transgenders can manage their emotional Intelligence, self-concept and goal-adjustment. These findings can prove helpful for future researchers to focus on several aspects of self-concept and emotional intelligence in transgenders for provision of psychological services.

Key words: Emotional intelligence, self-concept, goal-adjustment, transgender, goal re-engagement.


 
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Ilyas U, Bukhari RH, Fatima A. Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders. RMJ. 2020; 45(1): 3-6.


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Ilyas U, Bukhari RH, Fatima A. Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders. http://www.rmj.org.pk/?mno=70081 [Access: March 29, 2020].


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Ilyas U, Bukhari RH, Fatima A. Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders. RMJ. 2020; 45(1): 3-6.



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Ilyas U, Bukhari RH, Fatima A. Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders. RMJ. (2020), [cited March 29, 2020]; 45(1): 3-6.



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Ilyas, U., Bukhari, . R. H. & Fatima, . A. (2020) Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders. RMJ, 45 (1), 3-6.



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Ilyas, Uzma, Rida Hussain Bukhari, and Arooj Fatima. 2020. Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders. Rawal Medical Journal, 45 (1), 3-6.



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Ilyas, Uzma, Rida Hussain Bukhari, and Arooj Fatima. "Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders." Rawal Medical Journal 45 (2020), 3-6.



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Ilyas, Uzma, Rida Hussain Bukhari, and Arooj Fatima. "Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders." Rawal Medical Journal 45.1 (2020), 3-6. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Ilyas, U., Bukhari, . R. H. & Fatima, . A. (2020) Emotional intelligence and self-concept as predictors of goal-adjustment among Pakistani transgenders. Rawal Medical Journal, 45 (1), 3-6.








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