What about iq and eq？
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? An Intelligence Quotient or IQ is a score derived from one of several
different standardized tests attempting to measure intelligence. The term "IQ," a translation of the German Intelligenz-Quotient, was coined by the German psychologist William Stern in 1912 as a proposed method of scoring early modern children's intelligence tests such as those developed by Alfred Binet and Theodore Simon in the early 20th Century.
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? Although the term "IQ" is still in common use, the scoring of modern IQ tests such as the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale is now based on a projection of the subject's measured rank on the Gaussian bell curve with a center value (average IQ) of 100, and a standard deviation of 15 (different tests have various standard deviations; the Stanford-Binet IQ test has a standard deviation of 16).
? IQ scores have been shown to correlate with such factors as morbidity and mortality, parental social status, and to a substantial degree, parental IQ: while IQ inheritance has been investigated for nearly a century, controversy remains as to how much is inheritable, and the mechanisms for inheriting are still a matter of some debate.The average IQ scores for many populations were rising at an average rate of three points per decade during the 20th century with most of the increase in the lower half of the IQ range: a phenomenon called the Flynn effect. It is disputed whether these changes in scores reflect real changes in intellectual abilities, or merely methodological problems with past or present testing.
IQ scores are used in many contexts: as predictors of Transitional Page educational achievement or special needs, by social scientists who study the distribution of IQ scores in populations and the relationships between IQ score and other variables, and as predictors of job performance and income.
? Eq, I think is ability to get along with people. If a person's eq is high, he may have had a very good time in front of friends and superiors
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? Emotional states affect their interpersonal emotional intelligence (that quotient), also known as EQ. The nature of emotional intelligence is a personal identification, express their emotions and the emotions of others, motivated and ability to deal with emotions in relationships with others. People with high emotional intelligence tends to control your emotions, rather than by emotions control; Generally don't force yourself, but to find one yourself and others are acceptable ways to express their emotions; To take care of other people's emotions, and choose a proper time and way to deal with problems; Emotional state will not affect his decision, judgment, etc. Is important to note that the same will for different occasions, different backgrounds, such as the different characters of different, can have a variety of different ways to express.
? In daily life, everyone will have a happy, happy, depressed, be agitated, these positive emotions and negative emotions on a daily basis, the problem is how to deal with, we deal with our emotional state. Has a famous saying often mentioned: "a person's achievement, 20% depends on his IQ, 80% depends on his emotional intelligence".