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Research from the Social and Evolutionary Neuroscience Research Group headed by  Professor Robin Dunbar suggests that humans divide into two groups - those that are faithful in romantic relationships, and those that are not.  The work, published in Biology Letters, argues that these may reflect two distinct mating strategies evolved by humans.  For more information, see the following link: