Corpus ID: 201081260

Gender and emotion in context.

@inproceedings{Brody2008GenderAE,
  title={Gender and emotion in context.},
  author={L. Brody and J. Hall},
  year={2008}
}
Gender differences in emotional functioning are widely documented, but are often inconsistent across personality, social, cultural, and situational variables, as well as types of emotional processes, quality of emotions, and task characteristics. This is not surprising, considering the adaptive communicative and motivational functions that emotions serve. Since males and females are often socialized to have different motives and goals—depending on their ages, cultural backgrounds, and… Expand
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