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In some ways, our siblings are our only true partners for life. We grow up together; teach each other how to interact, fight, and resolve problems. They are role models, co-conspirators, competitors, monitors of our own behavior, and listening boards. Most of us are so close to our brothers and sisters that we never really contemplate the depth and breadth of our relationships. Fortunately, scientists have been watching us closely. In The Sibling Effect, Time senior writer Jeffrey Kluger lifts the curtain on what researchers have recently learned about the deep bonds between childhood playmates.