Psychological self-awareness is a term used to describe the ability to accurately assess one’s own and one’s relationship with others.
It is an important factor in emotional well-being and self-esteem.
However, it can also be problematic in situations where a relationship with a partner is more important than that of oneself.
The emotional intelligence is an essential part of the person’s identity and is used to help one assess one and others’ feelings.
This article aims to shed light on how to measure one’s self-worth, emotional intelligence and other important psychological factors in a way that is not confusing or discouraging.
To achieve this, we used a simple survey instrument to measure the level of self-reported psychological self-understanding and how it correlates with an individual’s level of emotional intelligence.
The results showed that there is no relationship between self-rated psychological selfhood and emotional competence and that the higher the level and the more people have assessed it, the higher their self-value.
The research team also found that emotional intelligence, on the other hand, has no effect on self-assessment.
The findings of this study are published in Psychological Science.
The article is based on a study conducted by the research team of Dr. Emanuele Bonano, Ph.
D., Professor of Psychology at the University of Lecce in Italy, and Dr. Alessandro Perroni, Ph., Professor and Head of the Cognitive Neuroscience Department at the Italian School of Neuroscience.
The team included: Professor Bonano (Psychology) and Dr Perrona (Neuroscience)The results were published in the European Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (JPSP), which is published in peer-reviewed journals.