Conclusion: Whether or not birth order is accepted as a legitimate means of understanding people, it is difficult to ignore many of the general characteristics and tendencies that seem to attach themselves to the three common ordinal positions.
Generally, the answer is yes. Despite all the variability and complications within the study of birth order, more recent studies than the Adler and Angst studies are showing similarities in results.
Birth order is considered as a person's ranking by age among his or her siblings. I was curious whether all first-born kids were as much of a stud as I am.
In respect to the order in which children are born, psychologists have labeled specific personality traits for each child.
There are four basic classifications of birth-order: the oldest, the only, the middle and the youngest born Twins usually tend to communicate with each other than with other children and are less adult-oriented.
Are all last-born children the spoiled, selfish, favorites.
Firstborns attribute success or failure to internal causes and may even underestimate how their situations might have affected success, compared to laterborns. A variety of factors will impact birth order dynamics, including spacing, gender, physical differences, disabilities, birth order position of parents, divorce, and sibling death.
As reflected by their frequent role as surrogate parents, firstborns tend to be more conscientious than laterborns.
In a modern-day secular society, many scholars and thinkers are fascinated with the idea of the birth order theory. Among the uncontrollable altercations, birth order is perhaps the largest influence on a person's disposition. But now I have three beautiful yet very different daughters.