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Objective: To examine the prevalence of maternal and paternal spanking of children at 3 and 5 years of age and the associations between spanking and children's externalizing behavior and receptive vocabulary through age 9. The data set also included an extensive set of child and family controls including earlier measures of the child outcomes. Maternal spanking at age 5, even at low levels, was associated with higher levels of child externalizing behavior at age 9, even after an array of risks and earlier child behavior were controlled for.
Father's high-frequency spanking at age 5 was associated with lower child receptive vocabulary scores at age 9. Conclusions: Spanking remains a typical rearing experience for American children. These demonstrate negative effects of spanking on child behavioral and cognitive development in a longitudinal sample from birth through 9 years of age.
Keywords: aggression; cognitive development; corporal punishment; externalizing behavior; harsh parenting; physical discipline; receptive vocabulary; spanking. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable.
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Spanking and child development across the first decade of life