THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND WELL-BEING IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
This paper has the ultimate aim of understanding the relationship between emotional intelligence, academic well-being and general well-being in a population of Portuguese students during and after Covid-19. The research uses a quantitative methodology based on a questionnaire survey applied to university students at different levels. A cross-sectional study was carried out using the snowball sampling technique. The sample collected is made up of 570 university students, mostly women, in a ratio of 69% to 31%, with an average age of 20 years. With this study, it is concluded that there is an average correlation between all dimensions of emotional intelligence and emotional, psychological and social well-being, except between the evaluation and recognition of the emotions of others and emotional well-being, where it was not demonstrated. no relationship.