Wavelength is a social network and support group for people who demonstrate an unusually high degree of emotional intelligence. They may this through ability-based testing, either formal (e.g., scoring at least 145 on the Mayer Salovey Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test [abbreviated as the MSCEIT]) or, on rare occasions, informal (e.g., history of adeptly reasoning with emotional information that we can verify).
We presently do not accept self-assessment tests for emotional intelligence, like the Schutte Self-Report Emotional Intelligence Test.
Wavelength’s purpose is to:
1) Investigate if it is possible to create a society that centers around high emotional intelligence, and how such a community would differ from other groups that center around other cognitive abilities.
2) Establish a collaborative and supportive social network for emotionally intelligent people, and when needed, help with the emotional health of Elyian Trust’s other societies.
3) Research emotional intelligence’s role in business, family, education, and society.
4) Develop better ways of testing and training emotional intelligence.
Admissions & Membership
If you are interested in joining Wavelength, but have not ever taken an ability-based emotional intelligence test, we have two options for you.
- You can likely contact the clinical psychology department nearest you to have one of their graduate students administer an ability-based emotional intelligence test to you for free. We recommend the MSCEIT.
- You can arrange for testing through the psychometrics company like Revelian or MHS.
- If an officer in Elysian Trust invited you to Wavelength, then you do not have to provide a test score.
Please email your test score or letter of invitation to our membership officer at membership_at_elysiantrust_dot_org. Be sure to mention it is Wavelength you want to join, that you understand Wavelength requires civility, that you will be civil, and that you will participate in the group. Admins can remove people who do not participate in Wavelength at least once within a 12-month period of time without notice.