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The present study examines the relationship between executive functions and anger among a sample of students 13-17 years old.The sample consisted of 101 males and 105 females students. The state-trait anger scale and Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function 2nd were used. The results showed that executive functions and anger detected on the average among the sample, and showed no significant differences in executive functions related to area of study. The results showed also that girlsdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3994684 fatcat:66rrbkmcsbdnjb2rghceg7zmpa