Are women really more emotional than men?

Gender stereotypes dictate that women are more emotional than men but is this really true? Or is it just that men and women are emotionally different from each other? Perhaps you think it's not so much a gender thing but an individual thing or even that men are more emotional?

For argument's sake, I'm leaving the main question open to interpretation.
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My two pence worth; I think we are about even, but we are in different in how we express our emotions. Women cry more but men show anger more (that's just a generalisation of course). I suspect a lot of the differences are down to how we are socialised rather than any inherent differences between the sexes.
Are women really more emotional than men?
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