Hesse and Grace (2009) suggest female siblings of youth with ASD may be more mature than male siblings
of the same age and better able to process their experiences.
The presence of a male sibling
had no impact on the display of tomboyish behaviors in childhood for the current sample.
The participants reported on 312 male siblings
and 326 female siblings (the sex of two siblings was not identified) whose ages ranged from 13 to 86 years (M = 37.
Two elder male siblings
of the patient had died of recurrent chest infections at the ages of 4 and 5 months.
The effects of in-utero testosterone on females with all male siblings
are well documented in rodents and cattle, and debatably exist in humans.
It will also help fathers and adult male siblings
of abused children.
Syrian men who have no male siblings
are exempt from military service.
Ever since the 1215 Magna Carta and more recently the Succession to the Crown Act, which provides girls with equal standing to the throne as their male siblings
, has there been a fascination with our monarchs.
The syndrome was first discovered in two male siblings
in the USMARC swine herd after they were transported from one facility to another at the center.
With the change to the 300-yearold succession laws, a first-born girl will become Queen, regardless of any male siblings
she may have.
In 2003, the family got their first Limca record for their exceptional Rakhi (a wrist band that signifies love and protection given by Indian girls usually to male siblings
or male relatives).
A new study has found that the greater the number of male siblings
your husband has, the more fertile he is likely to be, the Daily Mail reported.