Men better at suppressing frustration than women: Study
A new study has found that during stressful arguments, men prefer to suppress their emotions while women prefer to vent out.
After studying the effect of stress on both genders, University of Vienna's psychologists concluded that women become far more sensitive, empathetic and more than usually alert to other people's body language under pressure, the Daily Express reported.
But men cut off "excessive emotions" and become self-absorbed and egocentric.
The study is published in Psychoneuroendocrinology journal.
(Posted on 22-03-2014)