Drs. Murray Straus and Elizabeth Gershoff, leading researchers on the practice of corporal punishment, warn, “The research is clear – parents should NEVER spank their children.”
September 2017, Harriet L.MacMillan, Christopher R. Mikton
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September 2017, Catherine A. Taylor, Julia M. Fleckman, Shawna J. Lee
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Corporal punishment in schools showed reduced executive functioning, abstract thinking, delayed gratification. Suggests that a punitive environment not only fosters increased dishonesty but also children’s abilities to lie to conceal their transgressions.
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This is a summary analysis of research on physical punishment published by the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, CANADA
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Sweden banned spanking in the home in 1979, and has conducted a 30-year-long longitudinal study to understand its results….
What are the outcomes from the ban on spanking in Sweden over thirty years later? Read the longitudinal study by Sweden’s Ministry of Health & Social Affairs.
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