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Competency 2. Demonstrate the insight and understanding into emotion and human response to emotion that allow one to appropriately develop and manage human interactions

      The concept of emotional intelligence is a useful construct in elucidating the development of insight and understanding into emotion and human response to emotion that allows one to appropriately develop and manage human interactions.
      • Grewal D.
      • Davidson H.
      Emotional intelligence and graduate medical education.
      Emotional intelligence is a set of 4 separate but related abilities: perceiving emotions, using emotions, understanding emotions, and managing emotions.
      • Mayer J.
      • Salovey P.
      What is emotional intelligence?.
      Table 1 provides a description of each with an example from graduate medical education.
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