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The purpose of this study is to examine the relationships between emotional expressivity and submissive behavior. Participants were 307 university students. In this study, the Turkish version of the Berkeley Expressivity Questionnaire and the Turkish version of the Submissive Acts Scale were used. The relationships between emotional expressivity and submissive behavior were examined using correlation analysis. Positive expressivity (r=–.38, p<.01), negative expressivity (r=–.28, p<.01), impulse strength (r=–.47, p<.01) and total emotional expressivity scores (r=–.50, p<.01) were found negatively associated with submissive behavior. Results were discussed in the light of the related literature.