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Gender and Emotional Expressiveness: An Analysis of Prosodic Features in Emotional Expression

  title={Gender and Emotional Expressiveness: An Analysis of Prosodic Features in Emotional Expression},
  author={R{\'o}is{\'i}n Parkins},
Studies looking into emotional differences between men and women are plentiful. Conventional wisdom leads us to believe that women are more emotional than men, or at least are more emotionally expressive (Kring & Gordon 1998). This conventional wisdom has been supported by the results of many academic research papers indicating that women are indeed the more emotionally expressive of the genders (e .g. Ashmore & Del Boca 1979; Brody & Hall 2000; Johnson & Shulman 1988). The purpose of this… 
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