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Part 2 Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence

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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2010
01:58 PM ET (US)
Daniel (Veach), sorry for the slow response. Could you explain a little more about the "gut feeling"
And why did you like the part about "the children who grabbed and the ones that waited"?
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2010
01:56 PM ET (US)
It's 1:55 so I won't be checking this anymore. And I'll assign grades.
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2010
01:40 PM ET (US)
Elisha, let me know if you do (give your cousins marshmallows.)
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2010
01:39 PM ET (US)
Bethany and Travis, would you agree that emotional intelligence might have a big effect the book type intelligence (gpa's)?
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Elisha Bland
10-12-2010
01:38 PM ET (US)
(haha) It makes me want to actually do it too on my little cousins.
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2010
01:36 PM ET (US)
Elisha, I think I'll go give my grandkids and other kids masrshmallows, and see if I can predict their future SAT scores. (Kidding.)
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bethany
10-12-2010
01:35 PM ET (US)
mr bailes, the part about the gpa is more towards he begining of the video.. and i have the same feelings about it. i do not believe that you need a good gpa to be successful in life.
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2010
01:35 PM ET (US)
Think of effective leaders you know (bosses, group leaders, etc.) Would you agree with Goleman that mirror neurons are involved?
Another point-- do those effective leaders laugh 3 times as much?
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Elisha Bland
10-12-2010
01:34 PM ET (US)
Its interesting to me because, they can do this on kids at such a young age and determine so many things about them just over one marshmellow experiment. You would think with just a tiny marshmellow experiment wouldn't do or say much but its a huge oberservation. You can understand alot by kid's reactions to things and how they think.
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2010
01:28 PM ET (US)
Travis, do you know where in the video that is (what minute? Or beginning, middle or end?) I missed that point.
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2010
01:26 PM ET (US)
Elisha, you said it is interesting. Why or how?
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2010
01:25 PM ET (US)
Goleman kept using the terms, tacit and explicit.
Tacit is what is understood without being stated. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/tacit
Where explicit is stated.
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Elisha Bland
10-12-2010
01:24 PM ET (US)
Stanfords conclusion of the experiment:
"The third of the children who were most impulsive at four years of age scored an average of 524 verbal and 528 math. The impulse controlled students who scored 610 verbal and 652 math! This astounding 210 point total score difference on the SAT was predicted on the basis of a single observation at four years of age! The 210 point difference is as large as the average differences between that of economically advantaged versus disadvantaged children and is larger than the difference between children from families with graduate degrees versus children whose parents did not finish high school! At four years of age gobbling a marshmallow now v. waiting for two later is twice as good a predictor of later SAT scores than is IQ. Poor impulse control is also a better predictor of later delinquency than is IQ".

This is actually very interesting to me.
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Travis
10-12-2010
01:22 PM ET (US)
i like what he says about hiring people by not looking at there gpa's, there iq's but looking at them as if they were a star and they should be the ones getting the job
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Elisha Bland
10-12-2010
01:21 PM ET (US)
As for what a Mirror neuron is: a neuron that fires both when an animal acts and when the animal observes the same action performed by another. Thus, the neuron "mirrors" the behavior of the other, as though the observer were itself acting. Mirror neuron are found in animals, birds, and humans.
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