Positive communication moderates the relationship between corporal punishment and child depressive symptoms

@inproceedings{Wimsatt2012PositiveCM,
  title={Positive communication moderates the relationship between corporal punishment and child depressive symptoms},
  author={Amber R. Wimsatt and Paula J Fite and Stevie N Grassetti and Jamie Lee Rathert},
  year={2012}
}
Background: Findings are few andmixed regarding themoderating influence that supportive parenting might have on the link between corporal punishment and child depressive symptoms.Method: Amultiple regression model was estimated to examine proposed relationships in a 1-year longitudinal community-recruited sample of 89 children (56% male; 9–12 years). Results: High levels of corporal punishment in tandem with high levels of supportive communication were associated with the highest levels of… CONTINUE READING

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