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Women Outperform Men When Identifying Emotions
Men find it harder than women to read facial expressions
Both men and women were presented with photographs of faces and asked how intelligent the people seemed and how approachable they were. Their reactions were timed and their brains scanned as they came up with answers. When asked about intelligence there was little difference between men and women, however the research found that men took longer to decide how approachable the people in the pictures were. Despite taking their time men did ultimately come to the same conclusion as women. According to brain scans the rush of blood to the region of the brain involved in making emotional decisions suggests the male brain has to work harder to make emotional judgements. The study was designed to give men enough time to read emotion, but faced with real life snap decisions man find it harder to make those judgements than women.
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6 Facial Expressions Telling You What She Is Thinking
Recognizing facial expressions is an important way to get a sense of how someone is feeling. Beyond being able to simply recognize facial expressions, however, you should also understand how to communicate about how someone might be feeling. We advise that you learn the 7 major types of facial expressions, know when certain types of expressions are used, and develop your interpretations. What emotion is someone likely feeling if only half of their mouth is raised and their eyes are narrowed? Not quite!
There has been much research on sex differences in the ability to recognise facial expressions of emotions, with results generally showing a female advantage in reading emotional expressions from the face. Therefore, little is known about how expression intensity and dynamic stimuli might affect the commonly reported female advantage in facial emotion recognition. Overall, females showed more accurate facial emotion recognition compared to males and were faster in correctly recognising facial emotions. The female advantage in reading expressions from the faces of others was unaffected by expression intensity levels and emotion categories used in the study.