By Roy Wenzl
The Wichita Eagle
Men and women are in general far apart about how they view infidelity, research at Kansas State University shows.
Three KSU researchers have co-authored an article in the journal "Evolutionary Psychology," according to a prepared statement from the university.
"When you give them a forced choice between the two, men tend to be more upset by sexual infidelity situations than women, and women tend to be more upset by emotional situations," co-author Gary Brase, an associate professor of psychological sciences, said.
The journal article can be read here: http://bit.ly/1m6llkG
The article states that the results came in part from research done with 238 men and 239 women, all heterosexual and about 19 years old.
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