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Sunday, 5 May 2013

Why men do not understand women

Most men have thought many times that I will never understand the women. Apparently, they are right: a new study reveals that instinct does not help at all.

Scientists from the University Hospital LWL, in Bochum, Germany, found that men who stare at pictures human eyes instinctively guess better mood the person is shown when it is a man.

As they write in the journal «PLoS One», in their study involved 22 men - all unmarried and aged 21 to 52 years.

The volunteers looked at pictures eye as long as undergoing functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) brain.

Half of the photos depicting female eyes and the other half men, each one expressing emotions positively, negatively or neutrally.

As the volunteers looked at one to one the photos, I had to choose between two words that describe the mood of the eyes. However, they had no information if the photo looked concerned wife or husband.

As demonstrated by their responses, volunteers they achieved much more accurately sensing the mood of male eye than that of women.

Furthermore, when looking at the photos of male eyes, the amygdalae (they are a structure that is associated with feelings) activated more than where it looked feminine eyes.

The same happened with other areas of the brain associated with emotions.

Because the scientific community there is a widespread perception that emotional "reading" toward us is primarily the eyes, the new findings suggest that men naturally "read" best men's feelings than the female.

Since, therefore, inherently do not understand what women feel, it is extremely difficult to understand and, say the researchers.

This is not the first study that leads to this conclusion. Researchers from Indiana University have discovered some time ago that men tend to misinterpret positive messages than women, often mistaking friendliness as erotic call.

Source: NEWS


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