siblings


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siblings

Plural of sibling, see there.
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Griffiths (2011) found that siblings were resentful of the attention their parents gave to the dying child because it took their parents away from them.
Lam, Solmeyer, and McHale (2012) studied the development of empathy among siblings ages 7 to 14 years.
Knowing siblings well facilitates recognizing the similarity between themselves and their siblings.
As this evidence shows, therefore, the role of friends is growing, and the roles between friends and siblings need to be differentiated in this generation as siblings find it hard to be recognized as friends.
The more siblings nurture jealousy and doubt, the more verbal attacks they experience, which leads to mistrust between them (Martin, Anderson, & Rocca, 2005).
Degeneffe and Olney (2008) qualitatively analyzed the future concerns shared by 280 (out of a possible 295 sample members) adult siblings of persons with ABI.
Gau et al (17) studied 115 Taiwanese families' adjustment to having a child with ASD, and found siblings to have a small increase in internalising and externalising scores when compared with those without a sibling with ASD.
Certainly you have seen in your practice how siblings of special needs children disproportionately aim for careers in health care, psychology, social work, or other helping professions.
The MMR vaccine rate for those with affected siblings were 73% at age 2 years
In the Communication Studies discipline, family communication researchers have applied Gold's (1989) typology to the study of how adult siblings communicate with each other.
Vaccination rates were lower among children whose older siblings had ASD, both at age 2 years (73% vs.
It is not uncommon for siblings to become ardent protectors and supporters of their brother or sister with special needs or to experience feelings of great joy in watching him or her achieve even the smallest gain in learning or development.