Stories from siblings:

Sisters at BYU graduation

More kids in your family. Less education. This pattern isn’t new, but a team of researchers led by BYU sociology professor Ben Gibbs studied why that educational dip occurs and found that there are exceptions to the trend.

A new study from BYU shows that when parents compare their kids, it shows up in the classroom.

A new study brings good news to all the brothers out there: Having a sibling is just as good for you as it is for your sister.

Before you revive the debate about which sibling in your family is the favorite, you’ll want to know what the latest research shows.

Three separate BYU studies appear in a special issue of the journal Economics and Human Biology that focuses on obesity and the family.

Something about having a sister – even a little sister – makes 10- to 14-year-olds a bit less likely to feel down in the dumps.