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What does marketing have to do with ill-advised consumer behavior?
A biological account of human behavior can benefit human welfare and marketing can play a critical role in facilitating public understanding and acceptance of biological causation. (2021-01-13)

Saver or spender? People are not as financially responsible as they may think, study shows
According to new research from the University of Notre Dame, people think they are more financially responsible than they actually are. (2021-01-13)

Loyal couples in the rainforest
Coppery titi monkeys do not deceive their partners (2020-11-23)

How women and men forgive infidelity
Men and women react differently to different types of infidelity. But new findings about how we forgive unfaithfulness on the part of our partners surprised researchers. (2020-07-29)

Experimental optimal verification of entangled states using local measurements
USTC modified the original proposal to be robust to practical imperfections, and experimentally implement a scalable quantum state verification on two-qubit and four-qubit entangled states with nonadaptive local measurements. The research results were published in Physical Review Letters on July 17th. (2020-07-24)

Electronic surveillance in couple relationships
Impaired intimacy, satisfaction, and infidelity in a romantic relationship can fuel Interpersonal Electronic Surveillance (IES). IES may become the preferred method for resolving relationship issues, rather than direct communication, further reducing trust and intimacy (2020-07-13)

A new explanation for the origins of human fatherhood
The origins of paternal care, a key differentiator between humans and other primates, have long been tied to ancestral females trading their own sexual fidelity for food provided by their mates. A new theory developed by economists and anthropologists states that ecological changes, beginning roughly 5-8 million years ago, placed a premium on partnerships - both between and within sexes - and fueled the emergence of males who provided food for their offspring. (2020-04-27)

Study of African society inspires broad thinking about human paternity, fidelity
A new study from UCLA professor of anthropology Brooke Scelza invites geneticists and sociologists to think more broadly about human fidelity and paternity. Published in the journal Science Advances, the study found that Himba pastoralists in Namibia have the highest recorded rate of ''extra-pair paternity'' -- when a married couple's child has a different biological father. Himba men and women have a system of social norms that support the practice and it does not happen at the husband's expense. (2020-02-19)

'Financial infidelity': What defines it, who is at risk, and what are the consequences?
Romantic partners aren't always honest about money in their relationships, but when does hiding purchases, debt and savings constitute 'financial infidelity'? Research by professors at four universities, including Indiana University, defines the concept and provides a means for predicting its occurrence within relationships. (2019-12-11)

Financial Infidelity: Secret spending costs couples and companies
Boston College Assistant Professor of Marketing Hristina Nikolova and colleagues define financial infidelity as 'engaging in any financial behavior expected to be disapproved of by one's romantic partner and intentionally failing to disclose the behavior.' Nikolova and researchers from Indiana University, University College London, and University of Notre Dame constructed the first scale to identify and measure the central habits of financial infidelity and examined the effects of this consumer trait on individuals and companies, they report in the Journal of Consumer Research. (2019-12-11)

Love, lies and money: Study introduces, defines and measures financial infidelity
New research from the University of Notre Dame introduces the concept of financial infidelity -- engaging in any financial behavior likely to be frowned upon by a romantic partner and intentionally failing to disclose that behavior. (2019-12-03)

Marital infidelity and professional misconduct linked, study shows
People who cheat on their spouses are significantly more likely to engage in misconduct in the workplace, according to a study from the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. (2019-07-30)

Video and film portals that incorporate real-time comments from their audiences
This technology allows watching videos of various kinds and posting comments that are superimposed on the video, collaboratively. It's called 'danmaku' in Japanese and 'danmu' in Mandarin Chinese and was launched in 2007 and 2008, respectively. It immediately became very popular among otakus (fans of anime and manga). (2019-03-19)

One in 4 women at sexual health clinics reports coercion over their reproductive lives
As many as one in four women attending sexual and reproductive healthcare services say they are not allowed to take control of their own reproductive lives, reveals a review of the available evidence, published today in BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health. (2019-01-07)

Successful mouse couples talk out infidelity in calm tones
The quality of conversations between California mice couples after one partner has been unfaithful can help predict which mouse pairs will successfully produce a litter of mouse pups and which males are good fathers, according to a study published recently by the journal Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution in a special issue on the evolution of monogamy. (2018-10-04)

Using Tinder doesn't result in more casual sex
Tinder users don't have more sexual partners than other similarly minded people. Women tend to use the app to feel better about themselves, whereas men are more focused on sex. (2018-05-18)

Skewed sex ratios causes single fathers to bring up the young
When the balance of the sexes is skewed towards one gender, parents are more likely to split up, leaving the father to care for the offspring, says a study from an international team of scientists studying bird populations. (2018-04-25)

Predictors for infidelity and divorce highlighted in new research
New research from Florida State University highlights ways to keep love and also identifies clear predictors for failed relationships. (2018-02-12)

Infidelity can be forgiven -- but at a cost
Most people who have been unfaithful do not believe it when their partner says they forgive them. And the fact that men often do not realize that emotional infidelity is a problem just feeds the conflict. (2017-10-19)

How the shape and size of your face relates to your sexuality
Men and women with shorter, wider faces tend to be more sexually motivated and to have a stronger sex drive than those with faces of other dimensions. These are the findings from a study led by Steven Arnocky of Nipissing University in Canada. The research investigates the role that facial features play in sexual relationships and mate selection and is published in Springer's journal Archives of Sexual Behavior. (2017-09-19)

Are we still jealous? Infidelity in the age of social media
When men and women find social media messages indicating that their partner has been cheating on them, they show the same type of jealousy behaviour as finding offline evidence. This is according to Michael Dunn and Gemma Billett of Cardiff Metropolitan University in the UK, who investigated how jealousy manifests between the sexes when people find compromising messages on their partner's social media accounts. The findings are published in Springer's journal Evolutionary Psychological Science. (2017-07-06)

Male birds adjust courtship behavior based on social context
Male birds that have already paired up with a female aren't above looking for a little action on the side. A new study from The Auk: Ornithological Advances explores how male juncos adjust their courtship behavior to their social landscape, finding that while both paired and unpaired males will try to get the attention of a new female on their turf, they go about it in different ways. (2017-05-17)

Analysis examines characteristics of users of online infidelity matchmaking
By analyzing data originally stolen and released by Internet hackers, investigators have examined the characteristics of individuals who paid to engage in extramarital affairs using the online infidelity matchmaking site Ashley Madison. (2016-12-21)

Intimate and social relationships important for older adults in assisted living, study finds
Intimate and social relationships remain important for older adults residing in assisted-living facilities, according to a recent study. (2016-12-07)

Maintaining healthy relationships: University of Waterloo studies identify a promising way
Thinking about the future helps overcome relationship conflicts, according to a University of Waterloo study just published online in Social Psychological and Personality Science. (2016-07-28)

One third of rheumatoid arthritis patients experience sexual dysfunction
One third of rheumatoid arthritis patients experience sexual dysfunction. (2016-06-10)

Sparrows with unfaithful 'wives' care less for their young
A new study shows that male sparrows can judge if a spouse is prone to infidelity, providing less food for their brood if their partner is unfaithful. (2016-05-31)

Relationship satisfaction depends on the mating pool, study finds
Relationship satisfaction and the energy devoted to keeping a partner are dependent on how the partner compares with other potential mates, a finding that relates to evolution's stronghold on modern relationship psychology, according to a study at The University of Texas at Austin. (2016-05-17)

Scientists reveal how cell corrects errors made in gene transcription
The dynamics of the RNA polymerase II (Pol II) backtracking process is poorly understood. HKUST scientists built a Markov State Model from extensive molecular dynamics simulations to identify metastable intermediate states and the dynamics of backtracking at atomistic detail. The results reveal that Pol II backtracking occurs in a stepwise mode where two intermediate states are involved. (2016-05-03)

New study compares mothers, fathers who kill their children
A recognized expert on homicide and a longtime member of Canada's first Domestic Violence Death Review Committee has conducted one of the most extensive reviews of filicide (the killing of a child under age 18 by a parent) to date based on Statistics Canada data. (2015-10-28)

Women and men react differently to infidelity
A recent Norwegian study shows that men and women react differently to various types of infidelity. Whereas men are most jealous of sexual infidelity, so-called emotional infidelity is what makes women the most jealous. Evolutionary psychology provides an explanation for why this can be. (2015-10-08)

People more likely to cheat as they become more economically dependent on their spouses
Both men and women are more likely to cheat on their spouses the more economically dependent they are on them, according to a new study. (2015-06-01)

Traumatic events, financial struggles may threaten women's heart health
Traumatic life events such as losing a child or a spouse increased the chances of a heart attack by more than 65 percent among middle-aged and older women regardless of heart disease risk factors or socioeconomic status. A history of financial struggle was associated with a two-fold higher risk for heart attack among middle-aged and elderly women. (2015-04-29)

Just slip out the back, Jack
When it comes to romantic relationships, a research review article by a Saint Louis University faculty member suggests humans are wired to break up and move on. (2015-03-25)

Chapman University publishes research on jealousy
In the largest study to date on infidelity, Chapman University has learned men and women are different when it comes to feeling jealous. In a poll of nearly 64,000 Americans this study provides the first large-scale examination of gender and sexual orientation differences in response to potential sexual versus emotional infidelity in US adults. (2015-01-07)

Middle-aged women missing passion (and sex) seek affairs, not divorce
When middle-aged women seek extra-marital affairs, they are looking for more romantic passion, which includes sex -- and don't want to divorce their husbands, suggests new research to be presented at the 109th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. (2014-08-16)

The dark side of Twitter -- Infidelity, break-ups, and divorce
With more than 554 million active users, Twitter is one of the most popular social networking sites. Active users of social networking who are in a romantic relationship may find that Twitter-related conflicts cause relationship problems that can become serious enough to result in infidelity or divorce, as described in a study published in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. (2014-07-02)

Bisexual men face unique challenges to their sexual health
Bisexual men have many unmet public health needs, which leave them vulnerable to sexually transmitted infections and other health problems. This new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention illuminates the behavioral, interpersonal, and social realities of men who have sex with men and women, and it explores possible interventions to better serve their needs. The findings are published today in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. (2014-06-23)

With distance comes greater wisdom, research finds
If you're faced with a troubling personal dilemma, such as a cheating spouse, you are more likely to think wisely about it if you consider it as an observer would, says a study led by a professor at the University of Waterloo. (2014-06-09)

Forgiving a wrong may actually make it easier to forget
We're often told to 'forgive and forget' the wrongs that we suffer -- it turns out that there may be some scientific truth behind the common saying. A study from researchers at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland shows that the details of a transgression are more susceptible to forgetting when that transgression has been forgiven. (2014-05-13)

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