The Effect of Emotional Intelligence and Intellectual Intelligence on Student Discipline

Martin Mulatningsih, Setyabudi Indartono, Riyanto Efendi


Discipline is an important thing that a person must have in learning activities, where discipline is influenced by various intelligence factors such as emotional and intellectual. The purpose of this research was to determine emotional intelligence and intellectual intelligence on discipline. The methodology of this research is causal comparative with quantitative approach. Respondents in this research amounted to 148 students taken from the total sampling. The method of data analysis in this research uses multiple regression. The results of the research are as follows: 1). Emotional intelligence has a positive and significant influence on discipline, 2). Intellectual intelligence has a positive and significant influence on discipline, 3). Emotional intelligence and intellectual intelligence, together affect discipline by 10% and 90% are influenced by variables outside this research.


Discipline; Emotional Intelligence; Intellectual Intelligence

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