"How do you decide if your husband is or is liable to be cheating? Look in the face. For now, scientists have discovered which facial features that increase the riskenu002Fchansen for infidelity."
"the People in the pictures had a neutral facial expression and had previously participated in a study where they had indicated if they had been unfaithful or not and, secondly, whether they had"
"the Results, published in The Royal Society, shows that the men who others, both women and men, perceived as infidels had also been there to a greater extent than others. For women, however, were not at all the same clear connection. The common denominator among these men was that their facial features had been classified as typically "
"So should women, and men too, for that matter, look out for and avoid these male men? Not at all, the researchers say, because the reasons behind infidelity are usually much more complex than that it just has to do with facial features. Not at least today."
"However, they write, can the study say anything about the evolutionary forces that have been in the fly and where people who have shown distrust of these facial features might have had an evolutionary advantage over the other. Women for that they have been able to identify future infidelity, and men for that they have been able to identify potential rivals."
"Kristen Knowles, evolutionspsykolog at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Scotland, told The Guardian that the study shows an interesting link between perceived infidelity and actual infidelity. The fact that the link between women's appearance and infidelity were weaker, " she says may be because women tend to underdriva infidelity in självrapporterande studies, while the vice versa is often true of men."