October 09, 2022
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ANAHEIM, Calif. — Use of corporal punishment, such as spanking, is more common in families in which intimate partner violence is present, according to study data presented here.
In this video from the AAP National Conference & Exhibition, J. Bart Klika, PhD, MSW, chief research and strategy officer of Prevent Child Abuse America, talks about the study’s findings.
Klika JB, et al. Predictors of corporal punishment during the COVID-19 pandemic: National survey findings; Presented at: AAP National Conference & Exhibition; Oct. 7-11, 2022; Anaheim, Calif.