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From: The Huffington Post

When Power Levels Are Equal Women Are Just As Unfaithful As Men, Says New Study

The Huffington Post:

Women cheat just as much as men — at least if they are playing on the same power level.

A new study in that will appear in Psychological Science found that infidelity is associated with power, rather than with gender.

Researchers in the Netherlands surveyed 1,561 men and women from a range of different professions and compared the sexual infidelities of those who identified themselves as having similar jobs and similar amounts of power.

According to the press release, power was measured by asking participants to indicate, via computer survey, just how powerful they thought they were, combined with other variants such as “confidence, distance and the perception of risk as it relates to infidelity.”

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