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Alexithymia in men: How and when do emotional processing deficiencies occur?
Psychology of men & masulinity
The present study extended existing research on alexithymia in men, investigating whether the deficit in processing emotions occurs early in the process, as a result of dissociation or repression, or later, as a result of suppression. We also examined the assumption in R. F. Levant's (2011, Research in the psychology of men and masculinity using the gender role strain paradigm as a framework. American Psychologist, 66, 765-776) normative male alexithymia hypothesis that men with alexithymiadoi:10.1037/a0033860 fatcat:u6kqstbki5cp3ezyvitocg2j3q