Research and Application of the Emotional Quotient in the Learning Process: A Case of Students Majoring in Japanese Languages at FPT University

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Nguyen Ngoc Nguyen, Nguyen Thi Ha Chau, Mai Huynh Thanh Nhi


Rather than just focusing on improving Intelligence Quotient (IQ), more and more people are focusing on balancing IQ with Emotional Quotient (EQ) as a solid foundation for future success. Many studies have found that the Emotional Quotient is far more important than the Intelligence Quotient in determining success, relationship quality, and overall happiness. People of all ages can improve their Emotional Quotient and live happier lives. The benefits of Emotional Quotients are validated and evaluated in this study. According to the results of the comparison, all people, regardless of age or socioeconomic status, need to learn to manage their emotions in order to lead more meaningful lives.

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