New research has revealed that eldest
children are usually cleverer than their
younger brothers and sisters as they
receive more mental stimulation in their
formative years.University of Edinburgh
economists found that first-born children
achieved higher IQ test scores – even as
young as one-year-old.
Basically, parental behaviour changes with
children. First-borns are apparently given
more support when young and aided
more with guidance in thinking. According
to the study, which was published in the
Journal of Human Resources, all this isn’t to
say that parents don’t love their
youngsters as much.
It’s just that mums and dads spend less
time carrying out brain-stimulating
activities with younger kids. Not as much
reading time, music practice, and so on –
things that help development.
Also, it appears parents are more likely to
take increased risks with second, third, etc.
kids. They’re more likely to smoke, for
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