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Women have more intense emotions than men when conflict arises within the couple
Date:4/13/2011

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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 Intervencin Psicosocial prepared by professors from the Department of Social Psychology of the University of Granada, Inmaculada Valor Segura, Francisca Expsito 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.

A sample fo 142 students 󈞷 women and 67 men- from the University of Granada participated in the study. They were placed in five different conflictive situations. In general terms, the results showed that men and women have different emotions in conflictive situations.

Thus, when facing a situation where "my partner offends me or treats me disrespectfully", women felt miserable, while the situation "if my partner is physically aggressive during an argument" women felt more disappointed than men. In the situation "mi partner shouts at me with frequency", women felt more sadness, while men felt guilt. In the situation "if my partner distorts an argument to be right" women feel sadness, while men feel embarrasment.

Powerful and non-powerful emotions

As the research authors state, a priori one could expect men to express more domineering or "powerful" emotions as wrath, anger or despise, and women to have more submissive attitudes guilt, sadness or fear. The resul
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Contact: Francisca Expsito
fexposit@ugr.es
34-958-246-277
University of Granada
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