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(HealthDayNews) -- If you found out that your lover was seeing somebody else -- and if you were prone to seeking retribution -- which person would you go after?

According to a study by the State University of New York at Albany, it would depend on your gender.

As reported in Violence Victims, the study of court records and surveys of college students showed that while women are most likely to attack their lovers, men are most likely to attack their rivals.

And in spite of the stereotype, love triangles are more likely to drive women to violence than men.

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