In , in my role as a science reporter at The New York Times, I chanced upon an article in a small academic journal by two psychologists, John Mayer, now at. EMOCIONALNA INTELIGENCIJA I SUDBINA Sje am se tipa iz svoje simptomima koji se temelje na stresu: vidi, npr., Daniel Goleman i Joel Gurin: Mind Body. Title, Emocionalna inteligencija. Authors, Daniel Goleman, Goran Mihajlovski. Publisher, Matica makedonska, ISBN, ,

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Emocionalna inteligencija by Daniel Goleman. Published by Zagreb: Mozaik knjiga first published emcionalna To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Emocionalna inteligencijaplease sign up. Anyone know what, if any, differences exist between the original and the 10th Anniversary Editions?

Ashley The book I have has, “with a new introduction by the author,” on the front cover and, “With new information reflecting the latest research, this tenth …more The book I danie has, “with a new introduction by the author,” on the front cover and, “With new information reflecting the latest research, this tenth inteligencjja edition updates Goleman’s thinking and answers key questions posed to him during his worldwide speaking appearances.

A new section also guides readers to the best resources in the fast-growing field of EI studies,” on the back cover.

See all 3 questions about Emocionalna inteligencija …. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This visionary book by Daniel Goleman is one of the most important in my collection. I see it as a seminal contribution to understanding the human condition, and a roadmap of practical steps for living better, both within ourselves and with those around us.

I begin by recommending the excellent review by Lars – a clear, well-written summary of the major points in the book. Here I will focus on 3 topics from the book: The latter challenge has given rise to extremely important research and training endeavors, and I believe these will become even more important in the foreseeable future. I see these endeavors as promising and significant career paths for those who pursue them.

For more information on the brain systems discussed below, McGill University has an excellent web sitewith helpful graphics, background and discussion at three levels of complexity, starting with emociobalna basics. The links below are to this site. We can think of it as a layer cake, assembled one layer at a time.

The important point is that each layer in the sequence was originally the ‘executive’ in a functioning brain, with no obvious need for a higher layer. The most obvious difference among these three brains is the relative amount of cerebral neo cortex.

The mouse has gole,an relatively well-developed limbic system discussed below and a respectable neocortex. But the human brain inteeligencija completely dominated by the massively overgrown neocortex, which must be intricately lobed and folded to fit within the skull. So what does all that neocortex do in humans?

Put simply, it thinks. It makes associations, provides context, and makes decisions to guide behavior in a complex world. Most other parts of the brain carry out simple sensory processing or stereotyped motor programs, or convey information from periphery to cortex or vice versa. Cortex takes crudely processed inputs mostly from the thalamus and identifies salient features speech, faces, odors.

By analyzing these features, it provides a rich context for making informed decisions and choosing appropriate actions. They have gotten along just fine without it for many millions of years. The tradeoff is that they can only perform a limited analysis of sensory inputs, and produce a limited and stereotyped array of behaviors. Mice, with a significant amount emocionalnq cortex, can perform more sophisticated processing and behaviors, and can show some behavioral adaptation learning.


Now here is the really important part. Basically, they just added really elaborate processing layers neocortex on top of them.

All of that cortical hardware has to work through lower centers that are, for the most part, quite similar to those found in other vertebrates.

A neurologist colleague elegantly summarized this concept for the medical students I was teaching, in a review session for our neuroanatomy lab exam. He pointed to a structure in the human brainstem that assists in fine-tuning motor control inferior olive.

We have to use it to do things like play piano and tap-dance. It takes a lot of cortical machinery to get that kind of performance from those cells. One of its key components, the amygdalais a sort of emotional activation zone for the brain.

One of its critical functions is to serve as an early-warning system for danger, such as approaching predators, and trigger very rapid fight-or-flight sympathetic responses.

Emocionalna inteligencija : zašto može biti važnija od kvocijenta inteligencije

It gets direct, but crude visual and auditory inputs and processes them more quickly than neocortex. These responses are, of course, extremely useful when there is real danger. Even worse, in extreme situations it can take preemptive control of behavior, and trigger blind rage, panic, or other destructive responses. In those cases, the overgrown neocortex that underlies unique human behavior is left out of the loop.

And this is where the trouble starts. By analogy, neocortex is the executive who normally runs the company, but the workers can rebel and take over the production line.

Examples from everyday life: Actually, your amygdala came over you and shut inteligenckja your neocortex. To do this, you must put a neocortical wisdom about emotions at the front end of your own thought process — an executive in the chain of command. The job of this executive is to find inteligencijq ways to channel and control both your emotions and those of others.

This idea is consistent with the notions of mindful meditation and the best of religious thought. In other words, it is a prescription for a long-term, sustainable vision of human existence. Sounds pretty simple, right?

So why is it so difficult for so many people? One big reason is that a great deal of money can be made by encouraging precisely the opposite response. Firing up the limbic system to spew out fear, outrage and hate is good for business. Movie and TV producers and writers may not know the difference between the limbic system and inteliyencija, but they are experts at fueling emotional responses for profit. In stark contrast, calm, rational appeals to the better angels of our nature face a steep, uphill climb.

Fear and loathing are much easier to induce, and much more marketable. Those with emotional wisdom understand that, except in the most extreme cases, fire cannot be fought with fire. But they must also understand that it is easier to start a fire and fan the flames than to put it out.

Moving forward To me, a central challenge of our times is to find an adaptive balance between rational and emotional responses in our lives and culture. Voleman do this, we must put the reasoning cortex in charge of our thoughts and decisions — golemxn but not overwhelmed by emotions.

Fail to find this balance, and disaster will follow. This point is stressed by the following quote from the book: But the news simply reflects back to us on a larger danuel a creeping sense of emotions out of control in our own lives and in those of the people around us.


No one is insulated from this erratic tide of outburst and regret; it reaches into all of our lives in one way or another. This is big, important work, and visionary thinkers like Daniel Goleman are pointing the way to constructive steps that can be taken, both now and in the future. Knteligencija all 27 comments. I read this book after a big break up and it really opened my eyes to how I contributed to that break up.

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It’s extremely important to have emotional intelligence and this is a fascinating discussion behind the theory and science of EI. View all 3 comments. View all 8 comments. View all 4 comments. I read this years ago – the reading date of is entirely arbitrary danirl I’m writing this at the end of I remember the essential messages vividly, especially his discussion of why emotional thresholds differ, and the importance of counting to 10 to let the rational brain kick in over the primitive amygdala response.

A emocionalnna deep breath goes a long way. I love the concept of emotional golekan – very useful in dealing with others. Before embarking on his gargantuan research project which includes several meta-analyses and decades of research, galloped golemah by recent advances in brain imaging technology Daniel Goleman writes a compelling and convincing case, eschewing jargon and esoteric terminology for a more humanistic and compassionate argument.

He was not overreacting when he saw American society looming towards a iinteligencija of violence, signs of which included school shootings. All over the world, children are doing wor Before embarking on his gargantuan research project which includes several meta-analyses and decades of research, galloped along by recent advances in brain imaging technology Daniel Goleman writes a compelling and convincing case, eschewing jargon and esoteric terminology for a more humanistic and compassionate argument.

All over the ihteligencija, children are doing worse on matters of emotional literacy and acumen. This, combined with a natural tendency towards aggression in some children, puts them at risk of precipitating the next Columbine massacre.

More and more children exhibit signs of depression, secrecy, isolation, delinquency, drug use and violent tendencies.

The book does begins with a look at the amygdala which is the seat of basic emotions and instincthypothalamus which controls involuntary movements and produces hormones and the neocortex, which is most developed in humans and allows us to reason deeply and profoundly, to the extent of having thoughts and feelings about our thoughts and feelings. A gruesome and tragic emotional hijacking sets emocionalns stage for the importance of research into identifying and solving problems wrought by mismanaged impulses.

After all, the word “emotion” comes from the Greek word meaning “to move.

Emotional Intelligence

While IQ was traditionally thought of as the crucial and all-encompassing ingredient of success, Project Spectrum has turned this finding on its head, with its research iinteligencija multiple dqniel including leadership and social awareness. This can be observed in children in elementary school and is a better predictor of future success than IQ.

For instance, a young girl who knows how to pair her classmates into best friend groupings and identify their favourite toys has the talents for negotiation and peaceful conflict resolution.