In our society there is a strong stereotype that women are more emotional than man. However, new researches reveal that different gender brain process emotions differently.
Earlier studies reported that women have higher levels of emotional stimulation. The researches from the University of Basel explored the difference of emotion processing among genders. They claim that it is related with the diversity of gender-specific variation in memory and brain activity.
A case study
The team of researches created a particular test to learn if the way females process emotional information has an impact on better memory performance. The experiment contained 3,400 images with emotional content which were shown to participants. It disclosed that these images were more emotionally stimulating for women than...