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Parents get physical with their unruly children in public much more than they show in laboratory experiments and acknowledge in surveys.
An Indiana University study presented on Friday at the American Educational Research Association meeting in Vancouver shows that race continues to be an important factor in determining who receives out-of-school suspension and expulsion, and that racial disparities in school discipline are most likely due more to school characteristics than to the characteristics of behaviors or students.
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Children in a school that uses corporal punishment performed significantly worse in tasks involving "executive functioning" â€“ psychological processes such as planning, abstract thinking, and delaying gratification â€“ than those in a school relying on milder disciplinary measures such as time-outs.
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Children who were spanked as toddlers are twice as likely to become aggressive or destructive as they grow older, a team of university researchers claim in a new study.
Two new studies explore how discipline changes during childhood and adolescence, and what family factors affect those changes. They conclude that when parents use physical discipline through childhood, their children experience more behavior problems in adolescence.
A new longitudinal study that looks at how low-income parents discipline their young children has found that spanking 1-year-olds leads to more aggressive behaviors and less sophisticated cognitive development in the next two years.
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