Corporal punishment: Normative data and sociological and psychological correlates in a community college population

@article{Bryan1982CorporalPN,
  title={Corporal punishment: Normative data and sociological and psychological correlates in a community college population},
  author={Janice Westlund Bryan and Florence Wallach Freed},
  journal={Journal of Youth and Adolescence},
  year={1982},
  volume={11},
  pages={77-87}
}
Community college students (N=170) were surveyed regarding the intensity and frequency of methods of corporal punishment they have received and the persons administering the punishment. Results indicate that corporal punishment is a normatively used method of behavioral management. Males reported receiving a greater amount of corporal punishment, especially from their fathers. Overall, those who received a high amount of corporal punishment reported lower grades and a significantly greater… CONTINUE READING

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