A study of Emotional Intelligence, Interpersonal relationship and Psychological happiness university student Division of Health

보건계열 대학생의 정서지능과 대인관계 및 심리적 행복감에 관한 연구

  • Ji, Kyung-Ja (Division of Health & Science, Yeungnam Science & Technology College) ;
  • Yoo, Jin-Yeong (Dept. of Health Administration, Suseong College)
  • 지경자 (영남이공대학교 보건과학계열) ;
  • 유진영 (수성대학교 보건행정과)
  • Received : 2013.09.17
  • Accepted : 2013.10.20
  • Published : 2013.10.28


In this research, students majoring in public health were tested with their interpersonal and emotional intelligence and its impact on psychological well being, studied by identifying the factors to promote and foster the students' emotions. The survey was conducted from May 15, 2003 for two weeks using only students majoring in Public Health. Factor analysis, emotional intelligence, emotion regulation, self-emotional awareness, emotions, taking advantage of others and emotional awareness was divided into four sub-factors. Emotional regulation and emotional advantage and recognition had a positive impact on interpersonal relationships, psychological wellbeing and emotional self-awareness. Emotional impact showed a positive advantage. On emotional intelligence, interpersonal factors that influence others and emotional awareness was highest in the psychological process. Students improve their interpersonal relationships and promote a more psychological well being as the emotion of anger and ability to set goals and to motivate efforts to strengthen the emotional awareness is more important. College students studying in Department of Health Services, as well as medical professionals provide better health care services for the sake of happiness that can inspire a systematic program development and is considered to require constant attention.


Emotional Intelligence Quotient;Emotional Intelligence;Interpersonal relationship;Psychological Happiness