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Advances in Psychological Science    2013, Vol. 21 Issue (4) : 571-580     DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1042.2013.00571
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Optimistic Intelligence Quotient: Playing A More Important Role in Human Development than IQ and EQ
REN Jun;PENG Nianqiang;LUO Jing
(1 Department of Psychlology, Zhejiang Normal University, Jinhua 321004, China) (2 Department of Psychlology, Capital Normal University, Beijing 100048, China)
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Abstract  Optimistic Intelligence Quotient or Optimistic Intelligence is the ability of optimism, which includes not only the level of a person’s optimism, but also a person’s ability of acquiring the positive compositions from his negative experiences that he had as well as the ability of influencing or affecting the people around. ‘Duchenne Smile’ is a main form of expression of high OQ. The relevant research about psychology in the past proves that high OQ not only is beneficial to the social development of a person, gaining a stable happy marriage, the improvement of a person’s physical health, the improvement of academic performance, decreasing the occurrence of bad things, but also benefits a person’s pursuit of social support and interaction. All these research results show that OQ is likely to be an aspect playing a more important role in destiny than IQ and EQ.
Keywords Optimistic Intelligence Quotient      Duchenne Smile      positive strength      Attributional Style Questionnaire     
Corresponding Authors: REN Jun   
Issue Date: 15 April 2013
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REN Jun,PENG Nianqiang,LUO Jing. Optimistic Intelligence Quotient: Playing A More Important Role in Human Development than IQ and EQ[J]. Advances in Psychological Science, 2013, 21(4): 571-580.
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