Study says women send longer text messages, more likely to say 'I love you'

Study by Acision says men send more text messages, but not as long as ones sent by women

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A study on text messaging similarities and disparities among men and women shows the latter are more likely to send longer messages.

According to the study by Acision, Psychology of SMS, women also are more likely to say "I love you" via text messages.

The study also suggests men send more text messages but their messages are often just short methods of communication. Men also text a wider variety of contacts, texting an average 17 people regularly as opposed to 13 for women.

Men are more apt to text colleagues, too, the study says.

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