Can hormones explain why people cheat?

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Why do people cheat? Despite that humans are considered a primarily monogamous species, adultery is far from a rare occurence historically and across cultures. However, studies show that some people are more likely than others to become involved with someone else while in a romantic relationship. AsapSCIENCE explores the current research on infidelity, ranging from hormones and genes to social status, to answer the question of what makes someone a cheater.

Read full, original post: The Science of Cheating

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