Parents have different ideas about why they spank and what spanking
USA], Nov 17 ( ANI ): Parents, you may want to avoid spanking
your kids, suggests a recent study.
is also associated with an increase in antisocial behavior regardless of the extent to which parents provide emotional support and cognitive stimulation.
We found that spanking
was associated with unintended detrimental outcomes and was not associated with more immediate or long-term compliance, which are parents' intended outcomes when they discipline their children,' one of the catalysts of the study, Elizabeth Gershoff, was quoted as saying in a Telegraph report.
com/celebrity-news/news/robin-thicke-accused-of-abuse-in-custody-battle-over-son-w460946) Thicke's declaration , he claims that Patton repeatedly denied him from seeing his son as a result of an incident involving him spanking
The researchers analyzed the relationship between childhood spanking
and 17 outcomes, and found that 13 out of these 17 outcomes were significantly associated with spanking
According to studies, born-again Christians are 15 percent more likely than the rest of the population to agree that spanking
kids is acceptable.
The next fact is that other consequences, notably Time Out, work just as well as spanking
to reduce unwanted behaviors, but without the side effects.
Jones, 44, a former primary school headmaster at Trelogan now employed as an education consultant, admitted spanking
his 48-year-old wife - who is now divorcing him - last April.
Only 32 hours beforehand I received a text from her telling me she had been naughty, deserved to be punished and she consented to spanking
as she has done over the years.
remains a common, yet divisive, practice in Canadian households.
and correcting misbehaviour in other ways can help that happen," Straus says.