The Times of India: Spanking your kids won’t make them disciplined

George W. Holden

The Times of India: Spanking your kids won’t make them disciplined

Times of India, spanking, Holden, SMUThe independent news provider Indo-Asian News Service in a Jan. 29 article "Spanking your kids won't make them disciplined" in The Times of India covered the research of SMU psychologist George W. Holden about the controversial practice of corporal punishment. Holden, an expert in families and child development, is a founding member of the U.S. Alliance to End the Hitting of Children, at endhittingusa.org.

Parents less likely to spank after reading briefly about its links to problems in children

George Holden, SMU, spanking, corporal punishmentSome parents who spank believe it’s an effective way to discipline children. But extensive research has linked spanking to child behavior problems. New SMU studies found that brief exposure to the research significantly altered parents’ views of spanking. “If we can educate people about corporal punishment, these studies show that we can in a very quick way begin changing attitudes,” said George Holden, SMU psychologist.

Reuters: Physical punishment tied to aggression, hyperactivity

corporal punishment, George Holden, SMUReporter Kathleen Raven with the Reuters wire service bureau in New York quoted SMU psychologist George W. Holden about the controversial practice of corporal punishment. The article published Jan. 17, "Physical punishment tied to aggression, hyperactivity." Holden, an expert in families and child development, is a founding member of the U.S. Alliance to End the Hitting of Children, at endhittingusa.org.

The Washington Post: The end of spanking?

Journalist Steve Hendrix in a Jan. 3 article in The Washington Post, "The end of spanking?" quotes SMU psychologist George W. Holden about the controversial practice of corporal punishment. Holden, an expert in families and child development, is a founding member of the U.S. Alliance to End the Hitting of Children, at endhittingusa.org.

Post-Gazette: Study points to downside of spanking children

Journalist Sanjena Sathian in a July 2 article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, "Study points to downside of spanking children" quotes SMU psychologist George W. Holden about the controversial practice of corporal punishment. Holden notes that children who are spanked are more likely to bully their peers.

USA Today: Despite opposition, paddling students allowed in 19 states

USA Today in an April 22 article "Despite opposition, paddling students allowed in 19 states" interviewed SMU psychologist George W. Holden about the controversial practice of corporal punishment. Holden, an expert in families and child development, is a founding member of the U.S. Alliance to End the Hitting of Children, at endhittingusa.org.

Fox 4 News: To spank or not to spank?

Fox 4 News in its segment "Spare the Rod" interviewed SMU psychologist George W. Holden about the controversial parenting book "To Train Up A Child." The book, written by a Tennessee pastor and his wife who are advocates of spanking, has been implicated in several child deaths at the hands of parents who claimed to be using corporal punishment in line with guidelines from the book.

SMU News: 2012 Research Day at Southern Methodist University

2012 SMU Research DaySMU News covered the annual 2012 Research Day on Feb. 10 where SMU graduate and undergraduate students presented results of their research studies. Sponsored by SMU's Office of Research and Graduate Studies, the event sought to foster communication between students in different programs, give students the opportunity to present their work in formats they will use as professionals, and to share with the SMU community and others the outstanding research being done at the University.

Time Healthland: Why Spanking Doesn’t Work

Time reporter Bonnie Rochman acknowledged the research and expertise of SMU psychologist George W. Holden in her article on new research into spanking published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Holden is an expert in families and child development.

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