Gender-Related Effects in Emotional Responding to Resolved and Unresolved Interpersonal Conflict View Full Text


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DATE

2000-11

AUTHORS

Mona El-Sheikh, Joseph A. Buckhalt, Stephanie L. Reiter

ABSTRACT

The current study examines gender differences in affective responding of 58 men and 52 women to various forms of resolved and unresolved interpersonal disputes. The participants were predominantly Caucasians from middle to upper middle class socioeconomic backgrounds. Resolved disputes were perceived as less angry and more okay and happy, and unresolved disputes evoked more anger than resolved disputes did, with continued fighting evoking more anger than did lapsing into the silent treatment. Women reported feeling more angry than did men during both forms of unresolved disputes, and more happy during arguments ending with either apologies or compromises. Men perceived the actors as more sad and reported feeling more okay during arguments than did women. The results extend findings from the children's literature regarding the effect of resolution on emotional responding, and illustrate important gender differences for adults. More... »

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719-734

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