Study Says Eldest Children are More Selfish Than Siblings

by Rajshri on  December 14, 2009 at 9:45 PM Lifestyle News
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 Study Says Eldest Children are More Selfish Than Siblings
A French study has found that eldest children are probably more selfish than their younger siblings. The birth of a brother or sister seems to alienate eldest kids and they become naturally wary of others, said researchers from the Montpelier University.

The Daily Mail reported that eldest children seem to be shocked by the new arrival as they will no longer be the center of attention for their parents.

"Shifting from only to firstborn status following the birth of a younger sibling seems to lead the eldest child to reduce his or her co-operative behaviour," the researchers said.

However sometimes eldest kids tended to be over-protected and are unable to cope with stress.




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this is ridiculous because i am an eldest son always wanted my brother not to repeat the same mistakes which i have done and he is doing good because of me

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every this has exception.. u r an execption

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