RECOGNIZE A TRAITOR: SCIENTISTS HAVE FOUND OUT PEOPLE WHO ARE MORE LIKELY TO BETRAY
Also the main reasons for treason is named
There are many myths about treasons that psychologists are constantly trying to debunk. Of course, every relationship is unique, and we shouldn't use a "one size fits all" approach. But as new research shows, some of us are still more likely than others to be unfaithful. Scientists from the Queensland University have identified the main factors.
According to conclusions published in the British psychology journal, impulsive people are most likely to betray. They can do this because they do not think through the situation, but immediately follow their thoughts and emotions.
Those who have had many sexual partners in the past also fall into the category of the most unfaithful. Accordingly, they have developed certain "skills" in this area.
Among the main reasons for treasons – cooling in the partners' relationship or weak satisfaction with the parter. In addition, the researchers found out that the length and depth of relationships have little effect on fidelity.