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Science Proves Men Can't Read Emotions

by Broken News Daily 2:14 mins

Science Proves Men Can't Read Emotions

by Broken News Daily 2:14 mins

A new study in the scientific journal PLOS ONE shows that men have twice as much trouble guessing a woman’s emotions from her eyes. The study had men look at images of men and women’s eyes while in an MRI machine, and the subjects then had to decide which of two emotions the eyes were displaying. It took the men twice as long to decipher female emotions, and often incorrectly. So, no, your man won't ever change...sorry!

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