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IQ and Birth Order

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In light of a recent study suggesting the eldest children in families develop higher IQs than their younger siblings, the program discusses the relationship of birth order to particular characteristics of one’s identity such as IQ and personality.


Robert Zajonc, professor emeritus of psychology at Stanford University

Ann Buscho, clinical psychologist


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