The principle of emotional intelligence was something that I had heard very little of before reading chapter 9 in the textbook. Countless times I've been drawn to taking "IQ Tests" though I'd never once seen an "EQ Test." Emotional intelligence is defined as the ability to understand our emotions and those of others, and to apply this information to our everyday lives. As it turns out, our good friend Dr. Thorndike contributed more to psychology than his law of effect. He was also a founder of the principle of social intelligence, which is now known as emotional intelligence. You could all read this long, boring article, but for those of you with other homework to do, I'll summarize it for you; emotional intelligence is an important factor to success in many fields of work.
<The E.L. Thorndike, master of cat boxes
Really enjoyed the video of the German kid yelling at his computer and destroying everything he could find.
Excellent video, and a nice concise post.
This blog was concise and to the point. It included a visually appealing comic to draw attention to it.