Monthly Books are on display at Willis Library, in the New Books area.


Your Guide to Emotional Intelligence

Psychologists recognize that there are nine different types of intelligence: logical-mathematical, musical, naturalist, spatial, intra-personal, linguistic, bodily-kinesthetic, interpersonal, and existential. Of these, logical-mathematical, bodily-kinesthetic, and linguistic intelligence are typically the most prized in our culture. Interpersonal and intra-personal intelligence entail sensing the feelings and motives of others and understanding your own emotions, wants, and needs. In other words: these intelligences reveal what it means to be human. This month, check out our collection of books on emotional intelligence. 

"Your intellect may be confused, but your emotions will never lie to you." - Roger Ebert

See the full list of titles on display this month.


Becoming Human     Understanding Emotional Intelligence     Emotional Intelligence 101     Emotional Intelligence 2.0     The Emotional Literacy Handbook

Clinical Neuropsychology of Emotion     Promoting Trait Emotional Intelligence in Leadership and Education     Putting Emotional Intelligence to Work     Health and Inequality     Developing Emotional Literacy with Teenagers

Available at the Media Library

Inside Out     Whiplash     Boyhodd     Emotions     A Beautiful Mind

Also on Display at Willis Library

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