The relationship between cognitive, emotional and social intelligence with the academic performance of physical education students

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Ahad PourPanah Ghareh Gheshlaghi
Mir Hamid Salehian

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cognitive, emotional, social intelligence, academic performance, physical education students, Islamic Azad University of Urmia

Abstract

The main purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between cognitive, emotional and social intelligence with the academic performance of physical education students of Islamic Azad University of Urmia. In terms of the purpose of this research, it is an applied research type and a correlational descriptive research type, which was carried out in the field. The statistical population of the research includes all physical education students studying in the 2023 academic year of Urmia Azad University, which is a total of 650 people. The sample size based on Morgan's table is 241 people who were randomly selected. In this research, four emotional intelligence questionnaires of Bradbury and Graves (2004), cognitive flexibility questionnaire of Taghizadeh and Nikkhah (2015), social intelligence of Tet (2008) and academic performance of Pham and Taylor (1999) were used in this research to collect information. Cronbach's alpha method was used to calculate the internal reliability, and the internal reliability coefficient for the emotional intelligence questionnaire was 0.87, cognitive intelligence was 0.90, social intelligence was 0.78, and academic performance was 0.80. To check the relationship between research variables, Pearson's or Spearman's correlation coefficient was used at the significance level and regression analysis with spss software version 21. The results showed that there is a significant positive relationship between cognitive intelligence, emotional intelligence and social intelligence with the academic performance of physical education students of Urmia Islamic Azad University (p<0.05). 

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