In a new study led by a Michigan State University, researcher found that married men tend to behave less antisocially.
For their study, They took sample of genetically identical twins and their lifestyle. The researchers examined the data of 289 pairs of male twins. The twins were assessed four times, at ages 17, 20, 24 and 29.
They found that the twin which was married was less prone to antisocial behavior when compared to the unmarried twin.
The other factor which were argued apart from marriage were, social bonding and marriage quality.
Src: [Michigan State University]