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Male attorneys expressing anger are more likely to be viewed positively (as influential, commanding, and effective), whereas female attorneys expressing anger are more likely to be viewed negatively (as shrill, overly emotional, and ineffective).

Closing with Emotion: The Differential Impact of Male Versus Female Attorneys Expressing Anger in Court

Jessica M. Salerno, Hannah J. Phalen, Rosa N. Reyes, N. J. Schweitzer

Male attorneys expressing anger are more likely to be viewed positively (as influential, commanding, and effective), whereas female attorneys expressing anger are more likely to be viewed negatively (as shrill, overly emotional, and ineffective).

Closing with Emotion: The Differential Impact of Male Versus Female Attorneys Expressing Anger in Court

Jessica M. Salerno, Hannah J. Phalen, Rosa N. Reyes, N. J. Schweitzer

Male attorneys expressing anger are more likely to be viewed positively (as influential, commanding, and effective), whereas female attorneys expressing anger are more likely to be viewed negatively (as shrill, overly emotional, and ineffective).

Closing with Emotion: The Differential Impact of Male Versus Female Attorneys Expressing Anger in Court

Jessica M. Salerno, Hannah J. Phalen, Rosa N. Reyes, N. J. Schweitzer