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Synonyms for birth

Synonyms for birth

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

noble rank or status by birth

to give birth to

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Indeed, we found that birth order could explain a large fraction of the family size differential in children's educational outcomes.
We do know that birth order has a real effect on children because middle children particularly get less one-on-one time with both parents at each stage of their development," she says.
One-way ANOVA was computed to examine the birth order differences in mindfulness and bullying behaviour.
Table 1 show that the birth order wise four groups of the sample students do not differ significantly from each other with regard to the religiosity scores.
In this study, analysis was performed to find any association of these conditions with various factors such as antenatal or intranatal complication, gestational age, and birth order of the baby.
Interplay among the influences of; Genetics and demographics such as Gender, Birth order and Age stage interacting with environment was found.
The demographics recorded were participant age, gender, ethnicity, year in school, residential status, number of siblings, birth order, and parents' marital status.
No association was found between birth order and degree of eminence (measured as the number of Wikipedia pages devoted to the individual), r(177) = .
The current study was undertaken to know the prevalence of anaemia and correlation with various variables like age, birth order and menarche.
In contrast to the research headlines, it said the study found that birth order itself had no effect on character, though it may slightly affect intelligence.
The idea that birth order affects personality, and therefore occupational choice, has a strong hold on popular beliefs, but academic research has come to conflicting conclusions.
Risal and Tharoor explored the relationship between birth order and various psychiatric illnesses in Indian population.
He said that if the Poes are acting in good faith, they should have put NA on her citizenship and adopted on the birth order in the items on her birth certificate.
The study was aimed to investigate the occurrence and prevalence of leukemia in a hospital population and the impact of consanguinity, surname, birth order, blood group, family history, environment, socio- economic and smoking characteristics on the occurrence of leukemia.