Emotional intelligence as a predictor of prosocial behaviors in spanish and colombian older adults based on path models
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Martí Vilar, Manuel Perfil; Trejos Gil, Carlos Andrés; Betancur Arias, Juan Diego
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Emotional intelligence (EI), empathy, and prosocial behavior (PB) are widely studied in the early stages of life, up to adolescence. However, there have been few studies in older adults. Using a multivariate methodology, exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) were applied with structural equation models (SEM) in 271 older adults in Colombia, along with a Spanish sample made up of 139 adults over 60 years of age, for a total sample of 411 older adults. The results confirmed that EI, as measured with the WLEIS, scale is the best predictor of PB, with excellent adjustment criteria (GFI = 0.99; CFI = 0.98; RMSEA = 0.064; PCLOSE = 0.28; SRMR = 0.023; AIC = 57.30). It is concluded that the path model yielded a reliable predictive explanation of PB, including EI as a key variable that explains prosocial tendencies.

    Martí Vilar, Manuel Trejos Gil, Carlos Andrés Betancur Arias, Juan Diego 2022 Emotional intelligence as a predictor of prosocial behaviors in spanish and colombian older adults based on path models Healthcare 10 2 284
https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare10020284

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