UKRAINIAN ADAPTATION OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE OF LEVEL AND STRUCTURE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SELECTION OF POLICEMEN
Vadym Barko
State Scientific Research Institute of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4962-0975
Volodymyr Ostapovich
State Research Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9186-0801
Petro Oleshko
Volyn Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9599-6052
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Keywords

professional psychological selection
emotional intelligence
Ukrainian adaptation of test
psychological diagnostics
reliability
validity
standardized test norms

How to Cite

Barko, V., Ostapovich, V., & Oleshko, P. (2019). UKRAINIAN ADAPTATION OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE OF LEVEL AND STRUCTURE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SELECTION OF POLICEMEN. PSYCHOLOGICAL JOURNAL, 5(3), 9-25. https://doi.org/10.31108/1.2019.3.23.1

Abstract

The article is devoted to the problem of the Ukrainian adaptation of the psychodiagnostic method of assessing the level and structure of the emotional intelligence of a person (MEI), developed by the Russian psychologist M. Manoilova. The study was conducted in order to improve the system of professional psychological selection of personnel for the National Police of Ukraine. Today’s interest in emotional intelligence is largely associated with researches showing the practical significance of this construct in various fields of activity; many authors argue that emotional intelligence is important for success in the legal, medical, pedagogical and engineering professions. The article outlines the theoretical foundations and the internal structure of adaptation process of this test, discloses the procedure and results of an experimental study to verify the reliability and validity of the adapted test, it include standard indicators for the general sample of police officers and standard test norms. The analysis of the differences between the average values of the emotional intelligence of police managers revealed that they are slightly higher than those of representatives of the pedagogical and medical professions. Also identified significant differences between the characteristics of emotional intelligence among police officers with different work experience. It has been established that experienced managers are not clearly aware of their feelings and emotions, have difficulty in managing their own emotions, as well as in understanding the emotions of other people. It has been shown that some indicators of the intrapersonal and interpersonal aspects of emotional intelligence can serve as indicators for determining the tendency toward emotional burnout of police officers. Comparison of test indicators on a sample of graduate students and police managers showed that students are less pronounced interpersonal characteristics of emotional intelligence. This means that this aspect of emotional intelligence is gradually being formed during the process of professional activity and communication. Such fact confirms the importance of using social education methods to development of emotional intelligence of higher education institutions’ students of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The study confirmed the diagnostic verification of the psychodiagnostic test under consideration and the expediency of its use in the psychological selection of personnel for the National Police of Ukraine and in the process of the competitive appointment of police officers for positions.

 

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