Significant efforts have been allocated over the last thirty years towards the definition and measurement of the Emotional Intelligence construct. Several Emotional Intelligence theories and models have been produced to support psychological assessment processes. However, barriers are identified for their wide adoption and exploitation by social scientists.
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Walter DeForest was born with a hole in his heart the same day that Van Gogh was buried with a bullet in his chest. The actor from New York, who for years has inhabited the character of the great painter on stage and off, shares many facets of his life with the artist in a documentary.
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New York is a city of cities. Its streets are the result and the sum of immigrants from all corners of the world who wanted to make the American dream a reality. Little Tokyo, a dozen blocks or so of the New York East Village, immerses us in Japanese culture.
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Abandoned buildings and places awaken a curious fascination in us. Going deep into the hidden Berlin, a Berlin that seems to have forgotten part of its recent history, we visited abandoned buildings and places of the German city.
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