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Dr. Laurie Kramer's More Fun with Sisters and Brothers study featured in USA Today

5/5/2010  8:00 am

USA Today (May 5, 2010) -- Experts say it’s not realistic to say siblings should be treated equally, because no two people are the same and they relate differently to others. “It does not mean the parent loves or likes one child more. It has to do with who each of them is separately,” says Laurie Kramer, a professor of applied family studies in the U. of I. department of Human and Community Development and the founding Director of the Family Resiliency Center.

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