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Men may be more likely to see arguing as a contest while women are more likely to see arguing as an exchange of information.

Nov 16, 2020
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According to Georgetown linguistics professor Deborah Tannen, men are more likely to see arguing as a contest while women see it as more of an exchange of information. And as a result, men may be motivated to do whatever it takes to “win” an argument.
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