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Smile and Gender in Students' Yearbook: A Cultural Replication

@inproceedings{Guguen2010SmileAG,
  title={Smile and Gender in Students' Yearbook: A Cultural Replication},
  author={N. Gu{\'e}guen},
  year={2010}
}
US social psychologists have found that there is a gender difference for use of a smiling facial expression. A replication was found in France where numeric photographs of student-yearbooks were examined to observe whether the student smiled or not. Results shown that women were more likely to smile and to do so more fully. These results where congruent with previous research conduct in United States and the universal gender differences in smiling is discussed. 

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