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Siblings' experiences in middle childhood predict differences in college graduation status

20:00 EDT 16 Apr 2018 | AAAS

(Society for Research in Child Development) Graduating from college has significant implications for adults' long-term success, including employment, family formation, and health. A new longitudinal study found that when siblings in middle childhood experienced less warmth in their relationships with each other, spent different amounts of time with their fathers, or thought their parents treated them unfairly relative to their siblings, they were more likely to differ in their college graduation status (i.e., graduating versus not graduating).

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