The topic of gender and emotional expression seeks to identify the differences between women and men and the various ways in which they express their emotions. Stereotypes are powerful, and men and women from various cultures have been shown to accept the western stereotype that women are more emotional than men. Many researchers have concluded that the observed emotional differences between men and women primarily stem from socialized gender rolesrather than biology. Thus, the range of emotional expression that certain populations experience is based, in large part, on their culture's expectations for femininity and masculinity.
Even though it is clear the necklace is only out on loan, Vivian cannot contain her thrill and excitement.
Previous research indicates that women are better at recognizing facial expressions than men. In the current study, we examined whether this female advantage in the processing of facial expressions also occurs at the unconscious level. In two studies, participants performed a simple detection task and a 4-AFC task while faces were rendered invisible by continuous flash suppression.
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