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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 6. risktaker left out competetive feelsunimportant unloved bossy highself-esteem charming Learner 2nd Learner Teacher Teacher Second and Third born childrencan also teach their older siblings. Impact of Birth Orderon Social & Emotional Development Impact of Birth Orderon Social & Emotional Development Sibling Rivalry 3rd 1st 3rd Child 2nd Child achiever feels important holdspower leadershipqualities protector 1st Child "Confluence Model" Treat eachchild as an individual Don't compareaccomplishments/failures Be fairto eachchild Judge by eachof their own wants,needs, andambitions Birth Order Middle children were about 33%more likely to exhibitdelinquent behaviors than first born children Study by: Alan Stewart, Psychologist at University of Georgia Actual Birth Order (ABO) Vs. Psychological Birth Order (PBO) ABO PBO - leadership- strive toward goals- fear of being "dethroned" by younger siblings - robbed of youngest child status- good social skills - feels less capable - pampered- socially gets people to do things for them - feelings of power of importance - focus on competition- have fewer resources- feel unimportant - rate themselves as boss 1st Child 2nd Child 3rd Child Findings:Stewart found that your perceived birth order plays a larger role in social development than actual timing of birth through looking at rational vs. irrational relationship beliefs, perfectionism, and personality relationships. ABO & PBO can deviate based on:- illness of child- family size- degree of separation between siblings Last born children were about 20% more likely to exhibit delinquent behaviors than first born children 33% 20% 5. 5. 6. 6. 3. 6. 6. 6. 6. 3. 6. 6. 2. 3. 1. 6. 2. 6. 6.
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