Volume 31 - Article 38 | Pages 1167–1198

Rivalry, solidarity, and longevity among siblings: A life course approach to the impact of sibship composition and birth order on later life mortality risk, Antwerp (1846-1920)

By Robyn Donrovich, Paul Puschmann, Koen Matthijs

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