Scientists from Canada's Brock University have discovered why women are often attracted to the so-called "bad guys." Experts said that the reason lies in their ability to behave confidently and calmly. It is clarified that, in particular, women are attracted to men with psychopathic disorders. 46 men took part in the study of Canadian scientists. A two-minute video was recorded with each of them, during which they talked about how they would like to spend their first date and what they are looking for in a relationship. The men were then tested for certain psychopathic traits. The videos showed 108 women who assessed the attractiveness of a potential partner in general, his sexuality and self-confidence. It turned out that the highest scores were given to those men who had the highest scores on tests for mental disorders. Previously, under the hashtag #CluesTheyAreCheating, Twitter users expressed their views on the main signs of cheating in couples. Men and women from all over the world highlighted changes in the appearance of a partner, changes in musical and gastronomic preferences, increased jealousy and aggression. Doctor-sexologist Alexander Poleev on the air of NSN told what novels on the side do without serious consequences. The expert also noted the different attitudes of people towards the very fact of betrayal.
Scientists Explain Women's Cravings For "bad Guys"
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