Texas Tech University

Cheating: Committing Infidelity Highly Likely With One Particular Flaw, According To Science


October 29, 2015

HNGN - A study conducted at Texas Tech University has revealed that philandering individuals may have been tempted to cheat because their parents also did the same.

"Individuals who had a parent cheat are twice as likely to have cheated compared to their peers whose parents have not cheated," the study authors revealed.

Study leader Dr. Dana Weiser said that parents inherently influence their children's perception on romantic relationships in the way they communicate infidelity, both verbally and non-verbally.

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