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You're More Likely to Cheat if You Think Your Parents Were Unfaithful, Study Shows


April 25, 2018

KOMO News - A study from the journal Personal Relationships says people are more likely to cheat on their partner if they believe their parents have been unfaithful.

"There is a lot of research about how family experiences shape individuals' relationship and sexual behaviors, and I was curious as to whether infidelity was also influenced by family experiences," study author Dana Weiser, an assistant professor at Texas Tech University told PsyPost.

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