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The diluted interest and identification is specific to the perceived masculine fields of math and science and is not a general effect.Participants did not show less interest in careers often considered feminine, such as those in social work or elementary education, says Park."While we can't say that spanking causes later violence, it follows that if a kid learns that physical punishment is a way to solve conflict, he/she may carry that over into conflicts with later intimate partners," said study senior author Jeff Temple.
Corporal punishment is communicating to children that violence is an acceptable means of changing behavior." It's estimated that about 80 percent of children worldwide are subjected to physical punishment, the study authors said. "Although mounting evidence shows the many detrimental effects of corporal punishment, many parents, much of the general public, and even some schools continue thinking this is an acceptable means to punish misbehavior," he said. , biological anthropologist and Chief Scientific Advisor to Match."Millennials are diligently using technology to find love—and building new dating rules and taboos along the way.“I was surprised by the fact that some women have this preference,” says Park.“But I wasn’t surprised that this preference led to worse outcomes in these masculine fields.” Parks says it’s interesting that women who didn’t have this partner preference tended to show better STEM outcomes, suggesting the more non-traditional preference might contribute to greater interest in STEM.