Scientists Revealed That “Once A Cheater, Always A Cheater” Based On Their Recent Study

At the point when a person gets caught cheating, they frequently promise never to cheat again. Making such a guarantee, be that as it may, doesn't foresee that it will not happen next time. The urge to cheat is complicated and not easily explained. Admitting you were unfaithful in past relationships is a gamble. “Once a cheater, always a cheater” is a phrase that can damage your reputation for quite a while, in case you're unfortunate enough to get caught.

Experts say this is because unfaithfulness makes the brain immune from the negative feelings connected to lying.

According to a study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, regardless of the possibility that a cheater feels remorseful about lying the first occasion, they are less likely to encounter the same level of worry the next time they commit the same mistake.

Neil Garrett, a psychologist at University College London and the Study co-author, revealed to the Elite Daily: ‘What our study and others suggest is a powerful factor that prevents us from cheating is our emotional reaction to it, how bad we feel essentially, and the process of adaptation reduces this reaction, thereby allowing us to cheat more.

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  1. Trisha says:

    I super like this article of yours. I believe that once a cheater is always a cheater. Will read other articles. Please continue posting. You have a useful website. I learn a lot. xoxo

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