Branch 1: The ability to perceive, identify, evaluate, and express emotions or recognize emotions

Branch 1 consists of section 1 “Faces,” aimed at the emotional evaluation of individuals; section 5 “Pictures,” aimed at the emotional assessment of pictures, and section 9a “Situations,” aimed at recognizing emotions in faces in dynamics and taking into account additional factors.

Section 1 - “Faces” contains five photographs of individuals in which the test participant assesses the degree of expression and intensity of five emotions.

Section 5 - “Pictures” contains six paintings by artists of the late nineteenth to early twentieth centuries, in which the respondent needs to recognize the general mood that is contained in the environment, and assess the degree of expression and intensity of the five emotions.

Section 9a - “Situations” consists of two stories describing a certain situation. Each story corresponds to five photographs that reflect the sequential development of events.

Branch 2: The ability to use the current emotional state to improve the efficiency of thinking and the productivity of activit

Branch 2 consists of section 2 “Facilitation,” aimed at the measurement of the ability to identify emotions that are effective for promotion of thinking in a specific activity, and section 6 “Empathy,” which allows the measuring of a person’s ability to describe their emotional state and to feel the emotions of another person.

Section 2 - “Facilitation” consists of six tasks aimed at the respondent’s understanding of how emotions increase the effectiveness of the activities performed, how different emotions and different types of activities relate. The respondent determines the degree of usefulness of one or another of the proposed emotions for each specific situation.

Section 6 - “Empathy” includes five tasks that allow the assessment of the respondent’s ability to find appropriate designations for the emotional state and to combine verbalized emotions and undifferentiated sensations.

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