Results reveal younger people who lack honesty and humility are more likely to use bullying to pursue sexual partners.Mr Provenzano said: 'Our findings indirectly suggest that exploitative adolescents may have more sexual partners if they are able to strategically use exploitative behavior like bullying to target weaker individuals.'The researchers believe adolescents may use bullying as a technique to show their strength and dominance to attract their love interests.The illicit affair began in September 2016 after they developed a 'friendly' rapport at the school, her arrest report states. In one message, she told the boy: 'All day my p**** has been twitchy.
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They exchanged 100 explicit text messages which included nude photographs of the woman and messages in which she described her 'twitchy p****'.
Some of the photographs were of her masturbating naked.
A lawyer for the academy said it was cooperating with police and prosecutors on both investigations but declined to give any further comment.
'HCA is committed to helping ensure a proper resolution in these matters and doing so in line with the strong values that have shaped the school since its founding in 1981.'Given the ongoing nature of the investigation of these matters, it would be inappropriate to comment further at this time,' lawyer Matt Foreman said.
Lead author Daniel Provenzano from the University of Windsor in Canada, said: 'Our findings indirectly suggest that exploitative adolescents may have more sexual partners if they are able to strategically use exploitative behavior like bullying to target weaker individuals.'Bullies may also pick on their rivals to show them in a bad light or threaten them into withdrawing from competition over a partner, the research adds.
Around 28 percent of students aged between 12 and 18 in the US report being bullied at school every year, while half of adults have been picked on at work.
Bullying may also be used to show their rivals in a bad light or threaten them into withdrawing from competition over a partner.
Mr Provenzano said: 'Our results suggest that both research and intervention efforts with older and younger adolescents need to recognize and respond to the relationships between personality, sex and bullying.' The findings were published in the journal Evolutionary Psychological Science.
They struck up an inappropriate affair at the Hernando Christian Academy, a ,000-a-year private school in Brooksville, Florida.