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By Shaoni Bhattacharya. Women are more likely than men to lie about their sex lives, reveals a new study. In surveys since the s, men typically report having more sexual partners and than do women — a statistically impossible feat. For example, British men boast an average of 13 partners over a lifetime compared with an average of nine partners for women. Scientists ly explained this anomaly by suggesting men were exaggerating their tally, while women were understating their total.
Women change their answers depending on whether or not they believe they will be caught out not telling the truth, the researchers found. The of sexual partners a woman reported nearly doubled when women thought they were hooked up to a lie detector machine. She says women appeared to feel under pressure to meet expectations of being more relationship-orientated and not promiscuous.
One group filled in questionnaires having been told the researcher might view their responses. A second group filled in the survey completely anonymously, alone in a room. A third group had electrodes placed on their hand, forearms and neck and were told they were being attached to a polygraph or lie detector machine — although there was in fact no working machine.
Women who thought their responses might be read said they had had an average of 2. But those who thought they would be caught out by the polygraph reported an average of 4. Those attached to the lie-detector reported an average of 4.
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Fake lie-detector reveals women's sex lies