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Effects of a punitive environment on children's executive functioning: A natural experiment

A comparison of the executive function of children in both kindergarten and first grade, from a school that practices corporeal punishment and from one that does not, taking into account receptive vocabulary, verbal ability, and parental disciplinary beliefs, based on data from 63 children between 3- and 6-years-old from two West African private schools
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