“The relationship between gender, anger, and violence is more complex than people realize, and common beliefs (e.g., men are angrier than women) often end up being untrue when we look closely at the research. What’s not nearly as complicated, though, is the relationship between masculinity and anger and aggression,” says UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology, Human Development). His “Five Findings about Masculinity, Anger and Aggression” are posted on PsychologyToday.com.
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