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Socialna inteligentnost, empatija in agresivno vedenje : je stereotipna predstava agresivnega človeka kot socialno nekompetentnega zavajajoča?
Vidmar, Marina (Author), Avsec, Andreja (Author)

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Abstract
V pričujoči raziskavi smo na 187 dijakih 3. in 4. letnika gimnazije (86 deklet in 101 fant) preučevali, v kolikšni meri različni vidiki socialne inteligentnosti prispevajo k posredni in neposredni agresivnosti ter v kolikšni meri empatija lahko deluje kot zaviralec agresivnosti. Agresivnost smo ocenjevali z vprašalnikoma AQ (fizična agresivnost) in IAS-A (socialno izključevanje, zlobni humor in indukcija krivde), socialno inteligentnost z vprašalnikom TSIS (procesiranje socialnih informacij, socialne spretnosti in socialno zavedanje), empatijo pa s z vprašalnikom IRI (zavzemanje perspektive in empatična skrb). Rezultati so potrdili naša predvidevanja, da kognitivni vidik empatije deluje kot pomemben inhibitor tako direktnih kot indirektnih oblik agresivnosti. Sposobnost procesiranja socialnih informacij je bila pomembno pozitivno, socialno zavedanje pa pomembno negativno povezana s posredno agresivnostjo, kar nakazuje, da povezave različnih vidikov socialne inteligentnosti z agresivnostjo niso enoznačne. Socialno visoko inteligentne osebe, ki nimajo težnje po vživljanju v perspektivo drugega, torej lahko zlorabljajo svoje sposobnosti (predvsem sposobnost procesiranja socialnih informacij) za bolj prikrito in zato družbeno manj sankcionirano agresivno vedenje, ki pa vseeno destruktivno deluje na medosebne odnose.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:agresivnost, socialna inteligentnost, empatija, mladostniki, Vprašalnik agresivnosti (AQ), Vprašalnik indirektne agresivnosti (IAS-A), Vprašalnik socialne inteligentnosti (TSIS), Vprašalnik empatije (IRI)
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2011
Publisher:Društvo psihologov Slovenije
Number of pages:str. 59-71
Numbering:Letn. 20, št. 4
UDC:159.923.3
ISSN on article:1318-1874
COBISS.SI-ID:47669090 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Psihološka obzorja
Publisher:Društvo psihologov Slovenije
ISSN:1318-1874
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Social intelligence, empathy, and aggressive behavior
Abstract:
In the present research, which was carried out on 187 high school students (86 girls and 101 boys), we examined to what extent different aspects of social intelligence contribute to indirect and direct aggression and to what extent empathy can act as a mitigator of aggression. We used The Aggression Questionnaire to measure physical aggression, IAS-A (which includes Social Exclusion, Use of Malicious Humour and Guilt Induction sub-scales) to measure indirect aggression, TSIS (which includes Social Information Processing, Social Skills and Social Awareness sub-scales) to measure social intelligence and IRI (Perspective Taking and Empathic Concern sub-scales). The results confirmed our expectations that the cognitive aspect of empathy acts as an inhibitor of both direct and indirect aggression. The relationship between the ability of processing social information and indirect aggresssion was positive, whereas the relationship between social awareness and indirect aggression was negative, which shows that the relationships between various aspects of social intelligence and aggression are complex. People who have a high degree of social intelligence but do not have the tendency to take the other's perspective can use their abilities (especially social information processing) to performn less evident and less prosecuted forms of aggressive behaviour which still have deleterious effects on interpersonal relationships.

Keywords:aggression, social intelligence, empathy, adolescents, Agression questionnaire (AQ), Indirect aggression scale agressor version (IAS-A), Tromsø Social intelligence scale (TSIS), Interpersonal reactivity index (IRI)

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