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This paper investigates the relationship between religious beliefs and emotional intelligence in male high school students. The sample consisted of 110 male students studying in Karaj high schools. The subjects were selected through cluster sampling "Observing Religious Tasks and Obligations" and "Brad berry & Greaves Emotional Intelligence Appraisal" inventories were used to collect the data. The results indicated that there is a positive significant relationship between religious beliefs anddoaj:9096e7fa5543484d8cff4ae2d2ddccd0 fatcat:gwuo5qyqkfh3vovrksy6fbb62i