Good intellectual functioning and good self-control of attention and behavior are widely implicated as predictors of resilience in human development (Masten 2009). Intelligence assists with learning and problem solving that affords individuals with many cognitive, social, and emotional skills for resilience. Emotional intelligence (the ability to identify, assess, and control the emotions of oneself and of others also contributes to resilience and is covered in under both self-management and interpersonal skills section of this framework.