First child usually is most responsible and has good amounts of attention. Middle child doesn't have much, he or she usually does what they want and blames it on the the other. The last child also known as the "baby" usually gets what he or she wants. Also has mostly all the attention and doesn't have to do much, as the other might have to.
People think that the first child is the high achiever . The first child is supposed to be the leader . The middle child is supposed to keep the peace in the house . The middle child is also some what anti social. The baby is the one to less get in trouble for things . The baby will also get what he or she wants most of the time
The theory of birth order gives the idea that first born's are leaders and protective of their siblings in a parental way. Middle children get less attention, so they look for it by being more social and leaning on friends more. Last born's are charming, free spirited, but doesn't like the fact that they aren't taken seriously.
First-borns are considered to be the higher achievers than later children. Many people who are successful are first borns which make people look at them more than later born successful children. It is more difficult today to determine whether birth order is effective or not because there are many blended families in today's society.
i don't believe in the idea that birth order has anything to do with ones success or anything. their research can also have some flaws because there always has to be a first born but not always a second child giving first borns a bigger number and that probably leads to inaccurate information.
The stereotypes are a bit much to me. I think in a way they are accurate and it's good they take in consideration the differences in people and their personalities.
They think the first born child is more successful and more driven an high achiever than the other siblings because of the birth order they feel as there more responsible and leaders.
The article basically says that although we believe first borns high achievers we don't know that forsure. Smaller families are able to have money for private schools, tutors ext. The scientific community does not agree on the birth order affect.
Firstborns usually get more attention at first. They are supposed to be responsible. Psychologists think that there are way more firstborn children. It might just be an effect on having so many firstborns. Middle children are social and fairness-obsessed. The babies of the family are spoiled (sometimes) and they are risk takers.
Many people believe that first born children are the most driven and successful, but in reality later-born children are more successful. Also many people say that first-borns get the majority of the attention. The middle are said to be peace keepers. Also the baby is said to be the peace keeper and the one who gets the most privileges. While the first born has more expectations put on them.
According to the article first born are the leaders and responsible.Middle children are the the ones that are peacekeepers. And that the last ones are the ones that are charming and parents are not that cautious.
They say that the first born is more success. but i believe that the baby child would be mainly be because they would learn from those mistakes that the oldest one does. they also said
The first child is an high achiever and very responsible. The first born child is more driven than the other children. The middle child doesn't get as much attention like the first child does. The last child is the risk taker. gets whatever he or she wants from parents. Basically the baby.
Researchers debate on whether birth order effects characteristics.They question birth spacing, gender, numbers, and family sizes.
Many studies have been conducted in order to prove or disprove the effects of birth order. Birth order definitely has an effect on the child, but the exact extent of the effect is unknown. There are too many different possible factors that contribute to the final product of humans as adults, so certain traits can't be surely connected with birth order. Even though there isn't a 100% understanding, we do know a few effects of birth order, and they have indeed been proven many times.