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Men and Women Have Different Emotions in Conflictive Situations, University of Granada Study


4/15/2011 8:13:45 AM

News-Medical -- Women feel their emotions more intensively than men when a conflict arises within the couple. Conversely, it is men -who mostly express "powerful emotions" as wrath or despise- who cause conflicts more frequently. This is the conclusion described in an article published in the journal Intervenci-n Psicosocial prepared by professors from the Department of Social Psychology of the University of Granada, Inmaculada Valor Segura, Francisca Exp-sito y Miguel Moya. This study analyzed the type of interpersonal emotions than men and women feel when they face different conflicts within the couple, and the effect that emotions have on the recurrence of conflicts.

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