Annamaria Di Fabio

University of FlorenceItaly

Annamaria Di Fabio is responsible for the Research Laboratory in Vocational guidance and Career counseling at the Department of Psychology, University of Florence, where she teaches Career Counseling Psychology, Human Resource Psychology, and is the Director of the Post Graduate Courses “Interview techniques” and “Career Counseling Psychology and Life Designing”. She is also the scientist responsible for Career Guidance and Job Placement services (OJP) at the University of Florence, including the innovative services of Life Designing Career Counseling. Prof. Di Fabio is the editor of the book series Counseling and Career Counseling (Giunti O.S., Florence), of the Journal Counseling Giornale Italiano di Ricerca e Applicazioni (Erickson, Trento), co-editor of the Journal Orientation Scolaire et Professionnelle (INETOP), and is responsible for the scientific committee of the Journal Risorsa Uomo. Rivista di Psicologia del Lavoro e dell’Organizzazione. She coordinates the international scientific project “Emotional intelligence and career decision-making” with the participation of the following colleagues: Reuven Bar-On (University of Texas, USA), Jean-Luc Bernaud (INETOP, Paris), Itamar Gati (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Kobus Maree (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Maureen E. Kenny (Boston College, USA).

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Emotional intelligence is an emerging construct for applied research and possible interventions, both in scholastic, academic and educational contexts, organizational contexts, as well as at an individual level in terms of people's well-being and life satisfaction. From the presented contributions, it emerges how this volume is characterized by an interest to give an international overview rich of stimuli and perspectives for research and intervention, in relation to a promising variable of current interest, such as emotional intelligence. The goal is that this book further contributes to the affirmation of a particularly promising variable, such as emotional intelligence, which requires a greater interest and attention in both research and application field.

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