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25 August, 12:33

A general rule found in research, known as "no cycles of four" within two romantic heterosexual couples, is that people rarely date the ex-partner of their ex-partner's new boy - or girlfriend. What explanation is given for this finding?

Select one:

a. The exes have already moved on to new partners.

b. The four members of the group don't like one another anymore.

c. The replaced exes don't want to lose social status and be seen as "leftovers."

d. One of the partners was hiding his or her homosexuality and now only wants a homosexual partner.

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  1. 25 August, 13:33
    The answer could be either A or C because those both make sense to the situation but the most realistic answer would be A.
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