A new study has found that expression of emotions comes in different ways. One person's lifestyle may differ from another. Therefore, there are different ways for both men and women to reach their immediate or distant goals, Scientific as well as learning languages.

A recent Swiss study found that women are better and more generous than men, the Independent newspaper reported.
Over the past years, there has been intense debate between men and women's camps in terms of their distinctiveness in some areas or even in the expression of their feelings, especially towards those in need of support and care in society.
The results of the study show that the minds of men and women behave differently in terms of social behavior, where women show some of the forms of kindness more than the man stimulated by the nucleus of the brain (brain area) to act with a kind of selfishness.
The study, published by the Swiss University of Zurich, shows that the planned nucleus manages dopamine (a substance in the brain that affects behavior and sensations) and thus affects what drives us to do some things on the basis that it will make us feel good. This stimulates women to goodness while stimulating men's ideas Which they self-serve.
The results focused on a study of more than 56 men and women who were tested for social decisions, many of which centered around sharing money. Scientists examined areas of the brain that are active and observed significant differences between what motivates men on the one hand and what stimulates women on the other.
In the same context, the experts conducted a second experiment, where participants received a drug to prevent the secretion of dopamine. However, the results this time were counterproductive: women behaved more selfishly, while men showed social characteristics such as generosity and help.
"The results showed that the brains of women and men also work in different ways at the pharmaceutical level," said study supervisor Alexander Sucek. "Other studies should be carried out, taking into account gender differences.
Gender disparities were clear at the biological level. They are not necessarily inherited, but may be derived from many social and environmental factors.