Low, G. R., & Nelson, D.
Emotional Intelligence and College Success: A
Assessment and Intervention Model. A
paper submitted to the Center for Education Development & Evaluation Research
(CEDER). This article describes a research-based assessment and learning
model for improving emotional intelligence skills and competencies essential for
success in college.
Nelson, D. B,
Nelson, K., & Low, G. R. (2005).
Emotional Intelligence: Educating the Right
the 21st Century. This
article presents research findings that suggest the use of emotional
intelligence skills training to enhance academic achievement for
students in higher education.
Nelson, D. B., Low, G.
R., & Nelson, K. (2005).
The Emotionally Intelligent Teacher: A
Learning Model. This article
presents research-based model of emotional intelligence and explores
the role of emotional intelligence in effective teaching and
Low, G. & Nelson, D. (2005).
Emotional Intelligence: The Role of Transformative Learning in
Excellence. An article
published in the TEXAS STUDY magazine for Secondary Education (Spring 2005).
Johnson, Lori R., & Kaufhold, John A. (2005).
The Analysis of Emotional Intelligence Sills
Potential Problem Areas of Elementary
Educators. Education, 125(4).
Low, G. & Nelson, D.
Emotional Intelligence: Effectively
Bridging the Gap Between
High School and College.
An article published by
the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) for publication
in the TEXAS STUDY magazine for Secondary Education (Spring 2004). The
article describes the Javelina Emotional Intelligence (EI) Program at Texas
A&M University-Kingsville which was nationally recognized by the American
College Personnel Association's (ACPA) national award as an exemplary
program committed to student development, successful transition to college,
achievement, and retention.
Low, G., Lomax, A.,
Jackson, M., & Nelson, D. (2004).
Emotional Intelligence: A New
A Paper presented at the
2004 National Conference of the American College Personnel Association in
Nelson, D., Low, G., & Vela, R. (2004).
ESAP Intervention and Interpretation Guide. Kingsville, TX. Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Low, G. & Nelson, D.
Quantifying Emotional Intelligence: Positive
Contributions of the
Emotional Mind. Dr. Gary R. Low receives the Annual Faculty
Lecture Award for this selected presentation given April 12, 2000. The
lecture integrates his and Dr. Darwin B. Nelson's long-term research with
the concept of Emotional Intelligence. It also leads to the publishing
Emotional Intelligence: Achieving Academic and Career
Excellence (2003), the founding of the Emotional Intelligence
Research Initiative (EIRI), the beginning of the Institute for Emotional
Intelligence on the Campus of Texas A&M University-Kingsville, and new
research into EI and student success including the Javelina EI Program