Some articles on aggressive conduct:
... evidence for the view that exposure to parental corporal punishment increases the risk of aggressive conduct in children and adolescents ... also explains the development of aggressive conduct in the child ... social cognitive skills mediates the link between harsh parental discipline and aggressive conduct in kindergarten ...
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