What can we learn about “sibling deprivation” from China’s generation of Little Emperors?

A whole generation of single children have come of age, revealing some interesting sociopsychological observations. Although China’s one-child policy implemented in 1979 has helped curb population growth, their aspiring leaders and innovators are showing some undesirable tendencies that are not as prominent among children with siblings. Only a quarter of Chinese families had single children in 1975 compared with 91 % […]