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The results found that only children scored higher on the tests of creativity but scored lower on “agreeable personality traits.” The researchers noted that other tests found that only children tended to show higher levels of intelligence and creativity, and often did better in school. But being raised as an only child was also associated with higher levels in what the researchers called “undesirable” personality traits, like selfishness, dependency and being socially inept. But this particular study was the first to show evidence that brain function between only children and children with siblings was different.