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Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers: The People Skills You Need to Achieve Outstanding Results by Anthony C. Mersino

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Appendix E. Emotional Intelligence Movies and Scenes

Movies are a great place to study emotions. We can observe the emotions in the performances of actors on the screen. We can also track our own emotions that occur in response to what we see on the screen.

There are nearly an infinite number of movies out there to help you observe or experience emotions. The list below provides some specific movies that can be used to explore emotional intelligence. See the following page for the title of each movie as well as a brief description of the emotions that you are likely to observe or experience.

Movie

Description of Emotions

As Good As It Gets

Jack Nicholson plays a social and emotional misfit extremely well in this entertaining movie. Emotions include ...

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