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Mon, Jan 22, 2018, noon: Narayan Sastry

Paula Fomby

Fomby interviewed on her work examining family structures and sibling relationships

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"Does Living with a Step- or Half-Sibling Make Children More Aggressive?" - Vice. 04/02/2016.

In the US, the increase in complex family structures means that about 1 in 6 American children today live with a step- or half-sibling before kindergarten. Paula Fomby, who along with Joshua Goode and Stephanie Molborn conducted a study assessing the impact on chlidren's aggressive behavior of residing with a single parent or step-parent and with a step- or half-sibling, is interviewed here.

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Paula Fomby

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