Older siblings and adolescent risky behavior: does parenting play a role?
Children with older siblings are more likely to engage in risky behavior than their firstborn counterparts. Although the relationship between birth order and risky behavior may reflect the influence of older siblings, it is also possible that parents supervise later-born children less than firstborn...
Susan L. Averett
Laura M. Argys
Daniel I. Rees
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Berlin/Heidelberg Springer 01.07.2011
|published in:||Journal of population economics Vol. 24; no. 3; pp. 957 - 978|
|Data of publication:||20110701|
|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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