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March 16, 2015, Jennifer E. Lansford et al, Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology
Save the Children & The Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children
JAMA Pediatrics, April 28, 2014, David Finkelhor, PhD
Child Abuse & Neglect, March 3, 2014, Shawna Lee, Andrew Grogan-Taylor
American Psychological Association, February, 2014, George Holden, PhD
KRIMINOLOGISCHES FORSCHUNGSINSTITUT NIEDERSACHSEN E.V., 2014, Christian Pfeiffer, PhD. Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, Hanover, G.ermany
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Normal spanking in preschool years linked to increased aggression and poorer receptive vocabulary at age
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Maternal Warmth is Not Enough
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Concise Summary: Spanking and Child Development: We Know Enough Now to Stop Hitting Our Children
Child Development Perspectives, Vol 7, #3, November 2013, Gershoff, E.
Parental spanking and subsequent risk for child aggression in father-involved families of young children
Children & Youth Services Review. Sep 2013, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p1476-1485. 10p, Lee, Shawna; Taylor, Catherine
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Summary Analysis of the last 20 years of research on the effects of physical punishment on children.
Tracie O. Afifi, et al, Results from a Nationally Representative US Sample. PEDIATRICS, Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics
Editor-in-Cheif calls for Ban on Spanking in Home based upon the Research!
Spanking young children shows a transactional relationship increasing chance of more spanking (for boys) and cascading effect on future development from ages 1 – 3 and 3-5. Transactional and Cascading Relations Between Early Spanking and Children’s Social-Emotional Development
Journal of Marriage & Family, October 2012, Maguire and Gromoske
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Spanking Stimulates Genetic Predisposition toward Anti-Social Behavior
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The Pitzer College Student Journal of Psychology, Volume 1, Fall 2011, Tamara A. Hamai, Ann Isbell, and Lillian Ku,
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.
University of Toronto Social Development, Volume 20, Issue 4, pages 805–824, November 2011
Victoria Talwar, McGill University, Stephanie M. Carlson, University of Minnesota and Kang Lee
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Dr. Murray Straus, Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire
Columbus, OH: Center for Effective Discipline, Gershoff, E.
This is a summary analysis of research on physical punishment published by the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, CANADA
Dr. Murray A. Straus, Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire
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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.
Spanking Infants and Toddlers: Maternal Belief and Practice
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Rebecca R. S. Socolar, Ruth E. K. Stein