More settled science: Does a bad economy make men more likely to cheat? « Hot Air Headlines

blockquotepTough economic times could cause men to become more “prepared for sex,” claims Omri Gillath, a social psychology professor at the University of Kansas, in a recent research report. “Men want to breed, or spread their genes, when environmental cues signal overall low survivability.”/p
pIn the two-part study, men and women were exposed to sexual images after viewing images focused on death, to mimic low-survivability conditions, or dental pain. Gillath reported men’s heart rates increased more…br
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