I oversee personally the translations of the full form of the TEIQue.  Translations of the full form always entail data collection and research in the country of interest.  Most such translations are done in collaboration with colleagues in universities around the world and a smaller number commercially.  The following translations are now complete:

I oversee personally the translations of the full form of the TEIQue.  Translations of the full form always entail data collection and research in the country of interest.  Most such translations are done in collaboration with colleagues in universities around the world and a smaller number commercially.  The following translations are now complete:

Country Collaborator/ University TEIQue TEIQue-SF TEIQue-ASF

Spanish
Juan Carlos Pérez-González
From Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
TEIQue TEIQue-SF N/A

Greek
Ria Pita
From Aristotle University of Thessaloniki;
Flora Kokkinaki
From Athens University of Economics and Business
TEIQue TEIQue-SF TEIQue-ASF

Polish
Agata Wytykowska
From Warsaw School of Social Psychology
TEIQue TEIQue-SF N/A

Portuguese
Daniela Carvalho
From Universidade Portucalense;
Ana Cristina dos Santos Lopes
From Universidad Miguel Harnández de Elche
TEIQue TEIQue-SF TEIQue-ASF

French
Moira Mikolajczak and Oliver Luminet
from University of Louvain
Independent translation N/A N/A

Dutch
Carolien Rieffe
From Leiden University
TEIQue TEIQue-SF N/A

Chinese (simplified)
Dennis Lee, Stephanie Yim, Yau Yan Wong
From Institute of education, University of London, and UCL;
Shitao Chen
From Indiana University Bloomington
TEIQue TEIQue-SF TEIQue-ASF

Norwegian
Oyvind L. Martinsen
From Norwegian School of Management
TEIQue N/A N/A

Croatian
Denis Bratko and Srebrenka Letina
From University of Zagreb
TEIQue N/A N/A

Maley
Viren Swami
From University College London
Info not available N/A N/A

German
Harald Freuden-thaler, Aljoscha Neubauer, and Petra Gabler
From University of Graz;

Wolfgang Scherl
From University of Nottingham
TEIQue TEIQue-SF N/A

Serbian
Ana Altaras Dimitrijevic and Zorana Jolic Marjanovic
From Belgrade University

 

TEIQue TEIQue-SF N/A

Italian
Antonia Chirumbolo
From University of Chieti-Pescara “G. d’Annunzio”;

Paolo M. Russo
From University of Bologna

 

TEIQue TEIQue-SF TEIQue-ASF

Georgian
Khatuna Martskvishvili and Luiza Arutinova
From Tbilisi State University
TEIQue N/A N/A

Hungarian
Edit Komlósi
From University of Pannonia, Veszprém;
András Göndör
From Budapest Business School
TEIQue N/A N/A

Slovak
Khatuna Martskvishvili and Luiza Arutinova
From Tbilisi State University
András Göndör
From Budapest Business School
TEIQue TEIQue-SF TEIQue-ASF

Turkish
Ilkay Ulutas
From Gazi University
TEIQue TEIQue-SF N/A

Latvian
Anete Hofmane
From Riga Stradins University
TEIQue N/A N/A

Thai
Commercial Translation TEIQue N/A N/A

Bulgarian
Antonina Kardasheva
From New Bulgari-an University
TEIQue TEIQue-SF TEIQue-ASF

Arabic
Maria-Jose Sanchez-Ruiz
From Lebanese American University
TEIQue TEIQue-SF N/A

Urdu
Dr. Nashi Khan and Hufsa Chandni Rizwan
From Centre for Clinical Psychology, University of the Punjab
TEIQue N/A N/A

Persian
Dr.Marvan Aghedi
From Tehran Psychiatric Institute, Iran University of Medical Science
TEIQue TEIQue-SF TEIQue-ASF

Romanian
Commercial Translation TEIQue TEIQue-SF N/A

Finnish
Commercial Translation TEIQue N/A N/A

Swedish
Anna Dåderman
From Högskolan Väst
TEIQue N/A N/A

Brazilian Portuguese
Matheus França Perazzo, Lucas Guimarães Abreu and Saul Martins Paiva
From Federal University of Minas Gerais;

Ana Flávia Granville-Garcia
From State University of Paraiba;

Pablo Alejandro Pérez-Diaz
From Austral University of Chile and University College London;
TEIQue N/A N/A

Azerbaijan
Nigar Ismayilova From Baku State University TEIQue TEIQue-SF N/A


TEIQue-SF

The TEIQue-SF is embedded in the full form of the inventory and, therefore, translations become available concurrently.  If you would like a translation that is not available on the website, please email here to request it. 

TEIQue-ASF

The Adolescent Short Form is now available in Spanish (Mercedes Ferrando and Blanca Serra – Murcia University), inGreek, in Dutch, and in Portuguese (Dorisa Peres, Sandra Sequeira, Selma Martinho, & Viviane Grunert da Fonseca – Instituto Superior Dom Afonso III, Loulé).

TEIQue-CF and TEIQue-CSF

The Child Forms have been specifically developed for children between 8 to 12 years.  They are based on a sampling domain developed exclusively for children (i.e., they are not simple adaptations of the adult form).  The English TEIQue-CF and TEIQue-CSF can be download from here.  In addition, the following translations are currently available: 

  • Albanian (Albulena Gashi & Sami Hajrullahu)
  • Greek (Stella Mavroveli & K V Petrides)
  • Italian (Paolo Maria Russo and colleagues)
  • Spanish (Juan Carlos Pérez-González)
  • Chinese simplified (Stephanie Lau)
  • Romanian (Anita Gall, Anna Bernáth, & Diana Neagu)
  • Portuguese (Maria João Afonso, Ana Catarina Gentilhomem, & Teresa Vaz de Carvalho)
  • French (Nitzia Embricos)
  • Persian (Marvan Aghedi)
  • Urdu (Ayshah Saddiqua)
  • Slovak (Lada Kaliska and Eva Nabelkova)

For scoring information or to obtain copies of the translations, please contact Dr. Stella Mavroveli at Imperial College London.

Reference for the TEIQue-CF and TEIQue-CSF:

Mavroveli, S., Petrides, K. V., Shove, C., & Whitehead, A. (2008).  Validation of the construct of trait emotional intelligence in children.  European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 17, 516-526. [pdf