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08 November 2010

Older brothers likely to bully

A study shows that boys are more likely to bully if they have a younger brother or sister, while older sisters rather bully a sibling based on the quality of their relationship.

Older brothers are more likely than older sisters to bully younger siblings, a new study finds.

The findings appear in the British Journal of Development Psychology.

Older sisters more responsible

 
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