Problem Statement: Behaviour models depend on emotional experience and emotional memoirs of the person. Emotional competence is the integrative component of personal wellbeing during the process of personal growth. Research Questions: Emotional competence plays an essential role in family relationships. The theoretical analysis of emotional competence impact on emotional and mental development and personal wellbeing was made. Purpose of the Study: The purpose of the paper is to make theoretical analysis of emotional competence concept, analyze its basic conditions and components. The investigation of emotional saturation, which is one of the important factors in successful development of emotional competence of the person also reflects the direction of this paper. Research Methods: During this study there were used complex of methods: System analysis of structured components, lexical semantical analysis, classification method.Findings: System analysis of structured components revealed meaningful emotional competence understanding among modern psychologists. Thus, 30% of modern psychologists comprehend the emotional competence as compliance of emotions to behavioral ability to understand, estimate, control emotions (90%) Self-control and regulation of relationship (65%), reflection (55%), empathy (43%), emotional literacy (52%), emotional thinking (35%), and the emotional intelligence (92%). Conclusions: Emotional Competence considered as a factor of successful development of the person. In various researches the Emotional Competence level in the family has significant impact on emotional development of the person. With the deficiency of emotional contacts the process of mental development hampers and distorted.
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03 August 2015
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Child psychology, psychology, developmental psychology, psychological testing, psychological measurement, family psychology
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Tolegenova, A., Tunguskova, D., Naurzalina, D., Zhubanazarova, N., Baimoldina, L., & Zina, A. (2015). Emotional Competence of the Person. In Z. Bekirogullari, & M. Y. Minas (Eds.), Cognitive - Social, and Behavioural Sciences - icCSBs 2015, August, vol 6. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 192-203). Future Academy. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2015.08.19