Same as or Same with
Research has shown that men have the same kind of emotional problems with women.
A collocation issue: same...as (not same...with):
Research has shown that men have the same kind of emotional problems as women.
(Notice the uncountable use of research).
Occasionally you will see same and with used together, for example:
Women's emotional problems are to some extent influenced by hormones, and it's the same with men.
But in this case you need a particular structure for it to work properly:
A is like this, and it is the same with B.
For Indonesians translating sama dengan, start thinking same...as!