We were curious to investigate evaluated how individuals identifying as Male and Female scored on the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal. In 2003, we found some stark contrasts between the EQ skills expressed by men and women. Women outperformed men in self-management, social awareness, and relationship management. In fact, self-awareness was the only EQ skill in which men were able to keep pace with women. But by 2008, times had changed and so had men. Men and women were still neck and neck in their ability to recognize their own emotions–just as in 2003. But men had caught up in their ability to manage their own emotions. Click below to read more about the EQ score trends relative to gender.