Exploring Emotional Intelligence as a mediator for coping styles and nicotine dependence
Undergraduate Students were evaluated for nicotine dependence, on measures of coping styles, and emotional intelligence. The key aim for the study was to correlated emotional intelligence measures to levels of nicotine dependence. Final results showed no significant correlations to nicotine dependence, but showed other significant findings in reference to smoking and coping styles.
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