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Published on May 14, 2012
A new study reports spanking your children to make them behave doesn't really work. Children who are spanked are 50 percent more likely to act out, throw temper tantrums and be aggressive. Dr. William Garrison, chief of developmental and behavioral pediatrics at UMass Memorial Medical Center, discusses this new study as well as tips on how to discipline children.