First of all I would like to point out my fascination about the topic I am about to talk, even thought I don’t have a twin sibling, I have a lot ofrelatives who they are. To begin with, I want you to know what being a twin means.
According to the medical term, Twin: One of two children produced in the same pregnancy. Twins can develop from oneovum (egg) or from two ova (eggs). Twins who develop from a single ovum are called monozygotic or identical twins. They have identical genomes. Twins who develop from two ova that are fertilized at thesame time are called dizygotic or fraternal twins. They are nonidentical and have different genomes.
This informative and critique paper will show the difference and similitude that exist betweentwins, and how they can be classified them according with the type of twin that they are, putting them in this only two groups; identical and fraternal.
Also what this means for them as an individualand how society gets involved; how so many families and twins are uncertain about what type of twins they are or have, and determines what kind of behavior they are holding up.
Do you knowwhat kind of twins you are? An article written by Nancy L. Segal, Ph.D. in Twofold in where she asked herself one of the same questions I have “Many twins and their families are uncertain about whattype of twins they are or have – identical or fraternal. Recently, I have had some rather fascinating experiences with twins along these lines.” In this interesting article the author has a fascinationabout the behavior of twins and the relationship between the ways they act with the way they were born.
She states as well how so many twins go thru life thinking that they are fraternal twinsbecause being a fraternal twin feels “normal”, in which many of them want to feel authentic and it may be frightening the simple fact that they could share more than an appearance.
She also note that...