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Further, adults of different ages may tend to describe particular types of emotions more than others (e.g., anger, sadness, or anxiety) when asked to recall interpersonal problems.

Gender differences in descriptions of emotional reactions to interpersonal problems may also be associated with variation in the desire to maintain close interpersonal relationships.

In particular, individuals described how they felt in response to interpersonal problems and reported the duration and intensity of their distress.

To understand the diversity of negative emotions that adults report, we used Lazarus's (1991) appraisal theory of emotion.

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Self-report provides information regarding how people subjectively construe experiences.

As people grow older, they become increasingly concerned with the maintenance of emotionally close relationships (Carstensen & Charles, 1998; Carstensen, Isaacowitz, & Charles, 1999).

Thus, older people are more likely than younger people to behave in ways that decrease the experience of negative emotions (Carstensen et al., 1999).

Researchers have examined several aspects of these age and gender differences, including the number of personal problems reported (Okun & Keith, 1998; Rook, 1984), the degree of stress incurred (Almeida & Kessler, 1998; Mroczek & Kolarz, 1998; Thomas, 1995), and the behaviors used to handle conflicts (Blanchard-Fields, Jahnke, & Camp, 1995; Fingerman, 1998).

There has been scant attention, however, to variation in the types of emotions and the severity of emotion that individuals report in reaction to interpersonal problems.

At the same time, women expend more energy maintaining social ties than do men (Antonucci, 2001; Belle, 1991), and they may convey increased feelings of distress for a longer duration when problems do arise.

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