They say boys don't cry, but according to science, that's a bunch of bull.

A new study monitored both men and women as they watched heartwarming video footage and the results showed that men had a much more physiological response to what they saw than women.

However, when asked how they felt about what they'd just seen, women were much more open to admitting their emotional response.

According to neuropsychologist Dr. David Lewis who led the study, "This study suggests that men feel emotion just as much as women, sometimes more strongly, but are less willing to express these emotions openly due to expectations put on them by society." (Daily Mail)