Friday, December 25, 2009

Male and Female Views of Cheating

Study makes provocative list
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (Canadian Press) — A Canadian study has been named one of the most provocative sex science stories of 2009 by the science website The study, led by psychology professor Maryann Fisher at Saint Mary's University in Halifax, looked into how men and women would feel if they cheated on their partner. The research concluded that men feel guiltier following sexual infidelity, while women feel guiltier after an emotional transgression. Fisher and her team had hypothesized the opposite. More>>

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