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A new book by Murray Straus, founder and co-director of the Family Research Lab and professor emeritus of sociology at the University of New Hampshire, brings together more than four decades of research that makes the definitive case against spanking, including how it slows cognitive development and increases antisocial and criminal behavior.
"The Primordial Violence" (Routledge, 2013) shows that the reasons parents hit those they love includes a lot more than just correcting misbehavior.
Straus has been president of three scientific societies, including the National Council on Family Relations, and he has been an advisor to the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.
He is the author or co-author of more than 200 research articles and 15 books, including "Beating the Devil Out of Them: Corporal Punishment In American Families and Its Effects On Children" (2nd edition, Transaction, 2001).
The book features longitudinal data from more than 7,000 U. families as well as results from a 32-nation study and presents the latest research on the extent to which spanking is used in different cultures and the subsequent effects of its use on children and on society.
The effect is so apparently obvious that it can drive a sort of delusion.
Lived experience tends to be more powerful than facts.
In the extremely depressing journal , researcher Julie Ma and colleagues found that spanking was associated with later aggressive behavior.
Ma has previously linked spanking to later antisocial behavior, anxiety, and depression.