Journal of Business,Communication and Technology, Volume (1), No (2), Year (2022-12) , Pages (54-66)

Title : ( Emo-Sensory Communication, Emo-Sensory ‎Intelligence and ‎Gender )

Authors: Elham Naji Meidani , Mohammad Zabetipour , Hannaneh Abbasnejad , Aida Firoozian Pooresfahani , Shaghayegh Shayesteh ,

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The evolutionary definition of intelligence has made it a multifaceted concept. Emo-sensory ‎intelligence (ESQ), as integration of emotional intelligence (EQ) and sensory intelligence ‎‎(SQ) is the sensitivity to the emotions evoked by sensory inputs. It puts emphasis on ‎individuals’ ability to recognize, label, monitor, and manage sense-induced emotions to guide ‎one’s behavior and establish emo-sensory communication. Among the studies done on ‎different types of intelligence and effective communication, gender differences have been a ‎recurring theme. The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of gender in emo-‎sensory intelligence and emo-sensory communication. To this aim, the emo-sensory ‎intelligence scale (ESIS) was distributed to 1500 participants. The results revealed significant ‎differences between the two genders in ESQ for visual, olfactory, and tactile senses, ‎demonstrating the superiority of females over males. Moreover, a significant difference was ‎found between the two genders in their ability to identify the basic emotions triggered by ‎their senses, and use them in their communications, with females being better than males. ‎


, Emo, sensory intelligence; ESQ; Emo, sensory communication; Gender; Senses
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author = {Naji Meidani, Elham and Zabetipour, Mohammad and Hannaneh Abbasnejad and Aida Firoozian Pooresfahani and Shayesteh, Shaghayegh},
title = {Emo-Sensory Communication, Emo-Sensory ‎Intelligence and ‎Gender},
journal = {Journal of Business,Communication and Technology},
year = {2022},
volume = {1},
number = {2},
month = {December},
issn = {2791-3775},
pages = {54--66},
numpages = {12},
keywords = {Emo-sensory intelligence; ESQ; Emo-sensory communication; Gender; Senses},


%0 Journal Article
%T Emo-Sensory Communication, Emo-Sensory ‎Intelligence and ‎Gender
%A Naji Meidani, Elham
%A Zabetipour, Mohammad
%A Hannaneh Abbasnejad
%A Aida Firoozian Pooresfahani
%A Shayesteh, Shaghayegh
%J Journal of Business,Communication and Technology
%@ 2791-3775
%D 2022