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Emotional Intelligence Features at a Pathology of Corpus Callosum (CC)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 March 2020

M. Kovyazina
Affiliation:
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Psychology – Chair of neuro - and abnormal psychology, Moscow original-Mytishchi, Russia
F. Ksenia
Affiliation:
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Psychology – Chair of neuro – and abnormal psychology, Moscow, Russia
N. Varako
Affiliation:
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Psychology – Chair of methodology of psychology, Moscow, Russia
O. Dobrushina
Affiliation:
Moscow Institute of mental health, Moscow Institute of mental health, Moscow, Russia
S. Martynov
Affiliation:
Moscow Institute of mental health, Moscow Institute of mental health, Moscow, Russia

Abstract

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Introduction

Dependents of human behavior on the hemispheric interaction quality is extremely interesting question. The СС impairments are observed at schizophrenia, autism, Tourette syndrome, ADHD, etc. Difficulties in the sphere of emotional intelligence are typical at not only frontal zones disorders and right hemisphere of brain.

Aims

Analyze the emotional intelligence of the patients with CC pathologies.

Methods

Method for the recognition of facial expression (faces and gestures); Video test “estimation of another person emotional condition”; Survey for the estimation of emotional intelligence (EmIn); ten people with different CC pathologies participated.

Results

Results of the person with the CC pathologies were different from normative indexes of the first two methods. They did not recognize the shown emotion: the sign of emotional expression was not identified, the gestures were not distinguished and three positive characteristics out of 24 suggested for the designation of emotion modality were used. The emotions of heroes from video test were recognized mistakenly. The indexes were normative for all scales of EmIn survey. However quite noticeable negative correlation of

“emotion control” and “interpersonal emotional intelligence” survey indexes with the index of emotional recognition video test was obtained.

Conclusions

Weak emotional tone, leading to incorrect estimation of the emotional sign, is observed at CC pathology. This doesn’t exclude the violation of face emotional expressions analyze criteria. The situational context does not help the another person condition recognition. The answers on the EmIn test questions are based on subjective visions of the patient about themselves, those witnesses about the criticism reduction.

Disclosure of interest

The authors have not supplied their declaration of competing interest.

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e-Poster Viewing: Neuroscience in Psychiatry
Copyright
Copyright © European Psychiatric Association 2017
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