Women better at gauging infidelity than men, study finds

12/6/2012 | Reuters

When it comes to identifying unfaithful lovers, women have a leg up on men, according to researchers in Australia who determined through experimentation that women are better at recognizing infidelity in strangers simply by looking at them. According to the researchers from the University of Western Australia in Perth, "Women's ratings of unfaithfulness showed small-moderate, significant correlations with measures of actual infidelity." Men, on the other hand, were unable to distinguish the cheaters from the faithful and simply equated attractiveness with infidelity.

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