The statistician John Crawcher of Macquarie University in Australia synthesized the data obtained from years of research and investigations and wrote a book called “Decoding of Love”, which interprets the different attitudes of men and women towards love in an exaggerated and slightly taunting way.
In the book, for example, when a man thinks his partner betrayed him, the correct probability of this idea is 50%; and when a woman suspects that her lover is “stealing” on her back, her chances of being right are as high as 85%.
Reuters quoted Crouch as saying: “In all the surveys I’ve seen, the number one ranking is that when female partners say ‘we must talk,’ the male survey respondents are most terrified. They don’t want to talk at all. If the woman insists on talking, it means she intends to break up with the other party, empathize, or find some clues that the man is derailed. “