From Parenting 24/7: University of Illinois Extension


Spanking can fuel aggression, anxiety in kids

Posted , updated Nov 28, 2005.

Children who are spanked when they misbehave are more likely to be anxious and aggressive than children who are disciplined in nonphysical ways, research shows. This is true even if spanking is the "cultural norm."

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