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"These studies point to the importance of a neglected mating emotion sexual regret which feels experientially negative but in fact can be highly functional in guiding adaptive sexual decisions." Evolutionary pressures probably explain the gender difference in sexual regret, says Haselton, who earned her Ph. "But for women, reproduction required much more investment in each offspring, including nine months of pregnancy and potentially two additional years of breastfeeding.
The consequences of casual sex were so much higher for women than for men, and this is likely to have shaped emotional reactions to sexual liaisons even today." In three studies the researchers asked participants about their sexual regrets.