TECHNOFERENCE, CONFLICTS, SATISFACTION WITH COUPLE’S RELATIONSHIPS AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE CONNECTION

Authors

  • Aija Dudkina University of Latvia
  • Lida Maslinovska University of Latvia
  • Juris Porozovs University of Latvia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17770/sie2018vol1.3262

Keywords:

tehnoference, technology use, couple relationship, relationship satisfaction, conflict, emotional intelligence

Abstract

The purpose of the study Tehnoference, conflict, satisfaction with couple’ s relationships and emotional intelligence connection is to find out is there a relationship to technology and the frequency of conflicts in couple relationships, satisfaction with relationships and emotional intelligence. Main questions of the study: 1.Is there a connection to the technoference and the frequency of conflicts in the relationship? 2.Is the frequency of conflicts in a relationship related to satisfaction with relationships? 3.Is there a relationship to an emotional intelligence with a technofrence? 4.Is there a relationship between emotional intelligence and satisfaction with relationships?

Author Biography

  • Aija Dudkina, University of Latvia
    Dr.psych. Associated Professor Aija DudkinaRiga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy (RTTEMA)Chair of the department of Psychology and Natural SciencesLeading researcher in the field of personality psychology at Scientific Research Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology.Published monograph:  Skuškovnika D., Tiltiņa-Kapele I.,Dudkina A. (2014). Trauksme un agresija. Korekcijas iespējas. Zinātne. Redaktore Ingrīda Segliņa. ISBN 978-9984-879-69-7. 303 lpp. Fields of research:Forgiveness and Components of I- concept Interconnection Regarding. Adolescents Social Correction Groups. (2012).The Relationship Between Online Communication Aspects and Personality Traits (2013).20 - 30-year-old employee the relationship between the forgiveness motives and the perceived stress indicators (2014).Forgiveness as a New Field of Psychological Research and Practice at RTTEMA (2014).

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2018-05-25