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Adler's theory stressed the social aspect of personality development and therefore proposed the possibility of birth order and its significance in the interpersonal relationships of family life.
He felt that each position in the order, whether first or last, had distinct characteristics.
According to Skinner's behaviorist theory of operant conditioning, only children would undergo conditioning to affect their behavior in social situations.
Operant conditioning involves the conditioning of behavior according to the consequences it produces (Mischel, 1993, p. In this way, only children would be conditioned to behave in an outgoing manner, if they are to win friends, because they have no guaranteed familial playmates. Kappelman, "Only children don't easily assimilate into large groups, and when they do they tend to dominate" (Brophy, 1989, p. This conditioning would take place regardless of a child's natural inclinations toward extraversion or introversion if the child wishes to make friends.
Firstborns have been shown to be more conscientious, ambitious, academically oriented, conforming, conservative, inclined toward leadership, and respectful of their parents than their later-born siblings.
Children who have siblings must compete for parental attention and familial resources.No one under the age of eighteen is allowed to use this free personals site. Don't give strangers money or personal info like your email address.He suggested that introverts tend to have higher levels of arousal than extroverts. Because only children do not have siblings with whom to interact, they learn to be children on their own.Therefore, introverts are more easily conditioned than extraverts and, because social situations cause arousal, the heightening of arousal will make introverts uneasy and wont to avoid social interaction. Parents and play groups can help, but ultimately children become conditioned to depend on themselves.