Sibling relationships in later life Public Deposited

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  • Research on sibling relationships has focused mostly on childhood and adolescence. What we currently know about siblings in later life is limited, but our knowledge is growing. Although the number of living siblings an individual has declines with age, contact among siblings increases with age.
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