Developmental Associates — Consulting
Services related to Emotional Intelligence
Did you know that emotional intelligence (E.I.) predicts as much as 45% of professional success in some occupations? Want to know how your organization can benefit from using emotional intelligence assessments in the selection and training process? Find out what consulting services Dr. Kanoy and her partners offer related to emotional intelligence.
CASEL — Collaborative for Academic,
Social and Emotional Learning
Want to learn how social and emotional intelligence is being taught in school systems around the country? Or, how social and emotional intelligence training helps children perform better in school and behave better in the classroom? Then go to this site!
Additional Publications on Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Skills and MoreIn addition to writing children’s emotional intelligence fiction books, Korrel Kanoy has used her expertise to write articles
in professional journals and chapters in scholarly books!
Here are a few examples of recent publications along with the publication information in case you want to check them out.
Infusing emotional intelligence into a First-Year Experience course.
MHS Insider. Toronto, Canada: Multi-Health Systems.
Kanoy, K. (2009, March).
Building Leadership Skills in Adolescent Girls.
Frederick, MD: Publish America.
Gailor-Loflin, H., Kanoy, K & Lee, H. (2006).
Adult attachment and marital interaction as predictors of whole family interaction during the transition to parenthood.
Journal of Family Psychology, 19, 3, 420-429.
Paley, B., Cox, M., Kanoy, K., Harter, K., Burchinal, M., & Margand, N. (2005).
Lee, H. & Kanoy, K. (July, 2004).
Continuity and change in family relationships: Theory, methods and empirical findings.
The transition to parenting: Continuity and change in early parenting behavior and attitudes.
In R. Conger, F. Lorenz, and K Wickrama (Eds.).
Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Cox, M. Burchinal, M., Taylor, L., Frosch, C., Goldman, B. & Kanoy, K. (2004).
Marital relationship factors and individual psychological characteristics that predict physical punishment of children.
Journal of Family Psychology, 17, 1, 1-9.
Kanoy, K. W., Ulka-Steiner, B., Cox, M. & Burchinal, M. (2003).