(iWIDK By Alex Dorian) – This is like something straight out of “Lie to Me.”
A team of researchers at the University of Western Australia took 34 men and 34 women, and gave each of the participants 189 photos of Caucasian males who may (or may not) have been unfaithful during a past relationship.
According to The Atlanta Blackstar, the female participants out-guessed the male participants by an astounding 50%, and had an overall more accurate impression of the sexual history of the men photographed.
One researcher stated that “impressions of sexual faithfulness have a kernel of truth, at least for women, and that they may help people asses the quality of potential mates about whom they have minimal behavioral information.”
Others guessed that women have evolved over time to possess such a social tool, because of the greater biological risk women have in regards to having sex.