Genetics interact with spanking to produce aggression in kids

Research on spanking clearly points to its poor modeling effect, but apparently that effect is even more pronounced when a child, particularly a boy, has a predisposition to violence, according to results of a study reported in HealthDay .  The study, published in the journal Aggressive Behavior recommends nurturing parenting as opposed to corporal punishment.

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