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Recent research from Florida State University examined how couples married for just over three years reacted to photos of potential partners. It depends on how often the eye wanders, and when it does, if it lingers.

Is micro-cheating the same as a wandering eye? Why do people feel compelled to micro-cheat?

Is micro-cheating the same as a wandering eye? It depends on how often the eye wanders, and when it does, if it lingers.

Why do people feel compelled to micro-cheat? A study published in Archives of Sexual Behavior found those who strayed in their first relationship were three times more likely to stray in their next relationship.

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Recent research from Florida State University examined how couples married for just over three years reacted to photos of potential partners.