Infidelity: How men, women perceive
Infidelity: How men, women perceive, Men and women have very different views on infidelity, according to a study.
Washington: Men and women have very different views on infidelity, according to a study.
The study is set out to determine that how people feel about the sexual or emotional infidelity.
The researchers from Kansas State University recruited 477 adults that consisted of 238 men and 239 women and then asked them to fill out numerous questionnaires on a variety of topics that included relationships and cheating.
The researchers concluded that males reported that sexual infidelity scenarios were relatively more distressing than emotional infidelity scenarios, but it was true of females on the other hand.
The study revealed that men were most upset by physical cheating and women were more upset when they were cheated emotionally.
The study has been published in the journal Evolutionary Psychology.