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Unformatted text preview: the advantage of having more relaxed and experienced parents after testing with their first child. In the next section of the article, the author discusses how birth order influences people’s self concept of themselves and how they relate to others. The oldest child tends to be more parental with his siblings and he sees himself as more capable of doing things. The middle child, faces less pressure about meeting the parent’s expectations. They also feel able to do things by themselves but they also seek for help sometimes. As a final point, the youngest child usually thinks he’s less able to do stuff than older siblings and he’s not alarmed because there’s always someone around....
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course HIST 73407 taught by Professor Georgegastil during the Spring '10 term at Palomar.
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