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Emocje a płeć

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Emotion and gender
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Summary Conventional wisdom suggests that women are more 'emotional' than men. Does this mean that women express their emotions more fully than men? Or, do women experience more or stronger emotions than men? A substantial body of research has demonstrated that women are able to better understand emotional expression from face, gestures and voice. However, it remains unclear whether women also experience more emotion than men. In the last years, an increasing number of studies suggest that sex differences in emotional processing have neurobiological bases.
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52
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67-75
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2003
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