Spanking Linked to Lower I.Q.

A new study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health has found that children who are spanked end up with a lower I.Q. than children who are not spanked. The researchers looked at 32 nations (including the U.S.) that used corporal punishment and compared the I.Q. between children.They found that the children who were spanked the most fell behind I.Q. development scores. But even children


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