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Physical Punishment

Meta Description: Physical Punishment has been associated with a number of negative psychosocial outcomes in adulthood, such as increased aggressiveness, depression, low self-esteem, phobias, anxiety, schizotypal personality, and alcohol and drug abuse.

 

Physical Punishment has been associated with a number of negative psychosocial outcomes in adulthood, such as increased aggressiveness, depression, low self-esteem, phobias, anxiety, schizotypal personality, and alcohol and drug abuse. Exposure to physical punishment during childhood has also been found to be associated with an increased risk of victimization to school bullying. 
 
Physical punishment may impact aggressive behavior in school settings. There is a number of possible mediating variables between child maltreatment, school bullying and victimization to school bullying. Emotional dysregulation, depression, anger, and social skills deficits are the generally seen symptoms in the children who are exposing to physical punishment. 
 

 

 
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