Sibling Conflict Not Just Kid Stuff

Brother and sisters fighting with each other is exceedingly common, but these behaviors often get chalked up to typical sibling interactions, or even a rite of passage that can toughen kids up.  A new study from the journal Pediatrics, however, finds evidence that there may be real mental health consequences to these intense conflicts. The […]

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Finger Length Ratios Related to Child Aggression and Attention Problems

A proxy for the level of exposure to prenatal androgens is the length of the second finger digit relative to the length of the forth finger (although not all studies support this link). Lower ratios are generally associated with more male typical behaviors. A new study published in the journal Development and Psychopathology examines a […]

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