小橋 昭彦 2006年3月30日

Study Shows How Men And Women Use News Media Differently To Manage Anger
When men and women are angry, they both choose the news media articles they read with the goal of regulating their moods, a new study suggests.
But, in some circumstances, men choose to read articles that will fuel their anger, while women choose articles that will dissipate it.
Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick
Researchers found that when men were angered and anticipate the chance to retaliate, they chose to read negative online news stories, presumably to sustain their anger until their opportunity to get even.
Women faced with the same situation, however, chose to read more positive news to help dissipate their anger before a possible confrontation.
男は怒りを維持しようと同様のニュースをさがし、女は頭をひやそうと肯定的なニュースをさがす。

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