Cosmopolitan — A recent study by researchers from Beijing Normal University found that men who believe they are wealthier than their peers are more likely to not only cheat on their partners, but also find fault with their partner’s appearances.
But Dr. Kelly Campbell, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at California State University, San Bernardino, said we need to take all of this with a pinch of salt. She explained, “Money may facilitate cheating — especially since people with higher incomes often travel for work, offering them more opportunities to cheat — but it doesn’t necessarily cause it.”
The article was published June 28, 2016.
Read the complete article at “How can you tell if he’s going to cheat?”
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