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    What Drives the Smile and the Tear: Why Women Are More Emotionally Expressive Than Men.Agneta Fischer & Marianne LaFrance - 2015 - Emotion Review 7 (1):22-29.
    In this article we examine gender differences in nonverbal expressiveness, with a particular focus on crying and smiling. We show that women cry and smile more as well as show more facial expressiveness in general, but that the size of this gender difference varies with the social and emotional context. We interpret this variation within a contextual framework (see also Brody & Hall, 2008; Deaux & Major, 1987; LaFrance, Hecht, & Paluck, 2003). More specifically, we distinguish three factors that predict (...)
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    Categorising intersectional targets: An “either/and” approach to race- and gender-emotion congruity.Jacqueline S. Smith, Marianne LaFrance & John F. Dovidio - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 31 (1):83-97.
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    Omitted evidence undermines sexual motives explanation for attractiveness bias.Marianne LaFrance & Alice H. Eagly - 2017 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40.
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    What are experts for?Marianne LaFrance - 1991 - AI and Society 5 (2):161-171.
    Knowledge engineering is the term given to the process of developing expert systems and knowledge engineers are the people who acquire the requisite knowledge from experts and structure that knowledge into a useable computer program. As knowledge engineering becomes a more accepted technology, there is increasing concern about attendant social costs, such as job displacement or possible exploitation of experts. This paper reports on our efforts to explore this latter issue by scrutinizing how knowledge engineers think about the domain expert (...)
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