Men and women differ in how they imagine an opposite-sex friend

Men and women differ in how they imagine an opposite-sex friend

A new study has found that men and women’s actual day-to-day experience with opposite-sex friends differs from what comes to mind when they think of an opposite-sex friend. The study in Evolutionary Psychological Science found that men were more likely to think of an opposite-sex friend as “a member of the opposite sex to whom I am attracted and would pursue given the opportunity” while women were more likely to think of them as simply “a friend of the opposite sex.”

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