Psychology & Psychiatry

Family favoritism: Younger siblings impacted more

A new study by BYU School of Family Life assistant professor Alex Jensen revealed that the perception of favoritism may have more effect on a child-parent relationship than was previously considered.

Immunology

Sibling order affects risk of asthma and other diseases

Younger siblings, single children and older siblings are at different risk of developing asthma and other common childhood diseases, according to a Swedish population study carried out by researchers at Karolinska Institutet ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Parents' comparisons make siblings different

hey grow up in the same home, eat the same food, share the same genes (and sometimes the same jeans), but somehow siblings are often no more similar than complete strangers.

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