Infidelity means different things to different people.
Psychologists and relationship experts have spent years studying the science of infidelity, and Business Insider rounded up their most compelling findings.
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Infidelity is murky territory. Does a one-night stand at a bachelor party count? How about an emotional entanglement with a close friend that doesn’t involve anything physical?
Psychologists and relationship experts have spent years studying the science of infidelity, turning up surprising insights into what different couples consider cheating, how they react to cheating, and how they bounce back after someone strays.
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We looked into some of that research and pulled out the most compelling results. Read on to see what we found — and how you can apply these findings to your own relationship.
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If you’re economically dependent on your spouse, you’re more likely to cheat on them.
A 2015 study of about 2,800 people between ages 18 and 32, published in the American Sociological Review, suggests that a person who is completely economically dependent on …read more
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