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  • Younger siblings play a role in developing empathy – older ones just get the credit

    Quartz - 02/20/2018

    “What I find remarkable is the demonstration that children under the age of three years do play a meaningful role in shaping their elder siblings’ empathic concern,” said Laurie Kramer, a professor of applied psychology at Northeastern University who has studied siblings for more than two decades (but was not involved in the research).

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