Spare the child, spoil the rod

Andre, Laura
May 2009
Mothering;May/Jun2009, Issue 154, p31
The article focuses on the study conducted by Elizabeth T. Gershoff of the University of Michigan to measure the effectiveness and long term outcome on the use of physical punishment to improve children's behavior.


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