Core Reading List
1. Bezzina, A., Falzon, R., & Muscat, M. (2015); “Emotional intelligence and the Maltese personal
and social development model.” In Zysberg, L. & Raz, S. (Eds.). Emotional intelligence: Current
evidence from psychopathological educational and organisational perspectives (pp. 151-171).
New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
2. Camilleri, S., Caruana, A., Falzon, R., & Muscat, M. (2012). “The promotion of emotional literacy
through personal and social development: the Maltese experience” in Pastoral Care in
Education, 30(1), 19-37.
3. James, C., Bore, M., & Zito, S. (2012). “Emotional intelligence and personality as predictors of
psychological well-being” in Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 30(4), 425-438.
Supplementary Reading List
1. Michaelson, J., Mahony, S., & Schifferes, J. (2012); Measuring wellbeing. A guide for
practitioners. A short book for voluntary organizations and community groups. London: NEF.
2. Feinstein, L., Vorhaus, J., & Sabates, R. (2008); “Mental Capital and Wellbeing: Making the most of
ourselves in the 21st century” in Learning through life: Future challenges, Government Office for
3. Cross, T. L. (2002); “Putting the Well-Being of All Students (Including Gifted Students) First”
in Gifted Child Today, 25(4), 14-17.
4. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). (2012)’ Youth and
skills: putting education to work. UNESCO, Paris, France.