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Kharitonova I.V., Berilova E.I., Belokon V.O., Fokina I.S. Emotional intelligence as the basis of personal readiness for self-realization of athletes of different qualifications

Emotional intelligence as the basis of personal readiness for self-realization of athletes of different qualifications
Irina Viktorovna Kharitonova, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Elena Igorevna Berilova, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Veronika Olegovna Belokon, the teacher, Irina Sergeevna Fokina, the master student,
Kuban State University of physical culture, sport and tourism, Krasnodar

Annotation
In the article, the results of the research of emotional intelligence and professional self-realization of 75 athletes of various qualifications have all been presented. The research used the methods of psychodiagnostics: the method of E. A. Gavrilova «Type and level of professional self-realization», the test of emotional intelligence of D.V. Lucin and methods of mathematical statistics (correlation analysis by r Pearson criterion). The research showed that all athletes have the average level of emotional intelligence and professional self-realization. A correlation study found that in the sample of the elite athletes, components of emotional intelligence are reliably related to the resource component of the professional self-realization. In the sample of athletes of mass grades, the components of emotional intelligence have correlation relationships not only with all components of professional self-realization, but also with its levels and types.
Keywords: self-realization, elite athletes, emotional intelligence, personal characteristics, psychological culture.
 
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Article arrived in edition 10.11.2019
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