Author: Ayesha Azam
Supervisor: Faiz Younas
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
This present study investigated the relationship between emotional
intelligence, time management and academic self-regulation in students. It
was hypothesized that there was a positive relationship among emotional
intelligence, time management and academic self-regulation in students’
perception of emotion as well as setting goals and priorities will predict of
academic self-regulation. Cross-sectional research design was used in this
study and the sample consisted of students of Masters and Bachelors, both
male (n = 35) and female (n = 55) from two universities of Lahore.
Emotional Intelligence Scale (Schutte, Malouff & Bhullar, 2009), Time
Management Behavioral Scale (Macan, Shahani, Dipboye& Phillips,
1990) and Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (Pintrich,
Smith, Gracia & McKaechie, 2009) were used to assess the research
variables while results were generated by employing Pearson product
moment correlation, stepwise regression and Independent sample t-test.
The findings showed a positive relationship among emotional intelligence,
time management and academic self-regulation. Also perception of
emotion and setting goal and priorities were predictors of academic
self-regulation. The findings of present research might be guided the
institutes and teachers to help students to improve their emotional
intelligence and time management skills for betterment of their academic
Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Time Management, Academic Self Regulation.
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