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Study: Angry Men More Influential Than Angry Women

Angry men appear to gain influence in a group, but angry women appear to lose influence, according to a new study. Writing in the journal "Law and Human Behavior," researchers from Arizona State University examined jury deliberations and found a “distinct gender bias” between the ability to influence people by angry men and angry women. “Our study suggests that women might not have the same opportunity for influence when they express anger,” said ASU psychologist Jessica...

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