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Cosmopolitan (India) - - LOVE & LUST -

Jude Law’s dul­cet tones might be be­hind his ru­moured af­fair with his kids’ nanny while he was en­gaged to ac­tress Si­enna Miller. “We found that men and women use voice pitch aas a warn­ing sign of be­traayal. The more at­trac­tive the vvoice—a higher pitch for wwomen and lower pitchh for men—the more like­lyy he or she will cheat,” ex­plai­ins Jil­lian O’con­nor, a grad du­ate stu­dent in the Depart­m­ment of Psy­chol­ogy, Neu­ro­scieence & Be­hav­iour at Mc­mas­ter Uu­ni­ver­sity.

It seems that there’s lit­tle that can em­bar­rass Ash­ton, whether it’s public nu­dity (he stripped on TV), or over-shar­ing on Twit­ter. But, say ex­perts, his lack of in­hi­bi­tions should have bee­nen a red flag to his ex Demi, who filed for di­vorce amid ru­mours he cheated on her. A new study from the Univer­sity of Cal­i­for­nia says that some­one in­ca­pable of be­ing em­bar­rassed is less likely to be loyal. “We found that peo­ple who are eas­ily em­bar­rassed are more trust­wor­thy and moral,” ex­plains psy­chol­o­gist Robb Willer, co-au­thor of the study. “Some­one who shows no em­bar­rass­ment can’t be flus­tered and shows no signs of a con­science.”

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