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    Megan Gilligan, an associate professor in human development and family studies at Iowa State University, US, who co-authored the 2020 research, says close ties are more likely among sisters because women, in general, tend to have closer interpersonal ties. “Daughters are socialised to be more expressive with their emotions and feelings, and to value and place greater emphasis on relationships than men,” she explains. “Sons are encouraged to pursue instrumental achievements outside the family – women are likely to place greater value on their roles as sisters than are brothers.”




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