EQ vs. IQ

EQ is not the opposite of IQ or cognitive abilities, but they interact dynamically at the conceptual level and in the real world. Ideally, a person can have advantages in both cognitive abilities and social and emotional skills as well.

The difference between IQ and EQ EQ is probably much less carry genetic factors, so that the role of parents and educators are very large in determining the child’s chance for success.

That’s why, at first the concept of emotional intelligence associated with implications for the way to educate the children, but then develops on its interests in the world of work and in human relationships and activities.

IQ, Specified Many Factors

Social scientists still argue about what is actually true that form a person’s IQ. But most professionals agree, that IQ can be measured by a standard intelligence test tools such as the Wechsler Intelligence Scale, which includes both verbal and nonverbal abilities, including memory, language, problem solving, conception, perception, information processing, and the ability of abstraction.

However, the actual results of the measurement method created by Wechsler, and also some methods of measuring ‘general intelligence factor’ creation other experts, this is temporary. IQ test results were good also depends on several things, such as exercise, stimulation and physical conditions experienced by children.

On the other hand, behavioral, mental health, education, and values ??the mother, family and developmental age factor also allows obtaining results. Moreover, in a certain period of time could have children experience traumatic things, and this will affect the test results. So the measurement result is the acquisition of an IQ test at a particular time.

Therefore, at this time has developed a thorough examination to determine the child’s intelligence (pluralistic Multicultural Assessment System). This test is a combination of the Wechsler IQ test models, face-to-face with the child and parents to determine the child’s health history, and socio-cultural background of the family.

Tests also include measurements of child adaptive behavior, nonacademic behavior in their everyday environment, and physical examination and health concerns in full until fine and gross motor skills, as well as vision and hearing abilities. With this thorough examination, the potential ability of the child can be known more precisely.