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Social interaction with a new sibling

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Oh, W., Volling, B., \& Gonzalez, R. Trajectories of children’s social interactions with their infant sibling in the first year: A multidimensional approach. (2015).  Journal of Family Psychology, 29 , 119-129. PDF

Abstract

Individual differences in longitudinal trajectories of children’s social behaviors toward their infant sibling were examined simultaneously across multiple social dimensions: Positive engagement (moving toward), antagonism (moving against), and avoidance (moving away). Three distinct social patterns were iden- tified: (C1) positively-engaged (n