Trójwymiarowy model inteligencji społecznej
Rocznik: 1999 Tom: 5 Numer: 2
The article deals with social intelligence viewed as a three-dimensional ability. The first dimension – decoding – is concerned with a process of noticing and interpreting relevant stimuli coming from social context. The second dimension – planning – involves creating behavioral strategy in previously decoded situation. The third dimension – performance – refers to monitoring and cognitive control over the execution of the plan. A new method to examine social intelligence was designed on the basis of the three-dimensional model. The results indicate high correlations between the three dimensions, which suggest uniformity of social intelligence. However, correlations between the indicators of social intelligence and the sociometric test (adopted as a criterion of social competence) proved to be of low value and mostly insignificant.