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Intelligent partners 'more likely to get jealous'Posted on: July 9, 2013 11:17:57
The constantly-evolving world of technology has opened doors for UK singles who are looking for love via the world wide web, as not only can they strengthen existing relationships through email and instant messages, they can find a new partner on a variety of dating websites.
But for those who are already romantically involved, the internet has the ability to either make or break a companionship thanks to the ongoing popularity of social media and how easy websites such as these make it to be unfaithful.
While some people are not bothered about how much their girlfriend or boyfriend uses Facebook or Twitter, others are driven crazy with paranoia over fears that they may be talking to someone else behind closed doors.
And researchers have suggested that the people who are most likely to get jealous are those who are more intelligent.
A study carried out by scientists at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia, revealed that students with a higher grade point average (GPA) were the most likely to have feelings of paranoia when surfing the web.
Participants were asked to imagine scenarios where they had discovered a message in their partner's private inbox on Facebook saying: "What are you upto later?"
The study examined whether adding different emoticons - such as a smiley or winking face - after the post would affect their jealousy levels.
Findings revealed that men were more jealous than their female counterparts when the message was posted with a smilie, despite previous research revealing women were usually more worried about their partner cheating on the web.
Commenting on the findings, Denise Friedman - associate professor of psychology at Roanoke College - said: "Evolutionary work suggests men are more jealous of sexual infidelity, while women are more jealous of emotional infidelity."
"The winking emoticon was most likely perceived as flirtatious, perhaps even sexually suggestive, which may explain why men were more jealous in this condition."
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