A new study shows that women are more undone by emotional infidelity while men are more upset by sexual infidelity, whether it be on the internet or in real life. The study, done at Queen’s University Belfast, was on a fairly small sample — 112 students — but it found that "men were more likely to believe that women have sex when in love and that women believe that men have sex even when they are not in love. It was not, however found that either men or women believe that having cybersex implied the other was also in love or that being in love online implied they were having cybersex.” This study was published in Gender Stereotypes Quarterly. J/K, people, but the sexual mores of a hundred undergrads do not constitute any sort of definitive cultural statement. [Science Daily]