Assistant Professor Shawna Lee was quoted in an article entitled, "A Mother's Warmth is Little Comfort to a Spanked Child", published in "Michigan Today".
Assistant Professor Shawna Lee received an award from the U-M Center for Human Growth & Development.
The objective of this proposal is to conduct a process study of Mobile Dad, a smartphone app that delivers parenting information to fathers of new babies. This study will collect pilot data from users and service providers to establish implementation feasibility in community settings in Southeast Michigan.
Assistant Professor Shawna Lee's research on spanking is sited on the Council & Heal website. The findings revealed that spanking exacerbated aggressive behavior in children. Her article, "Does Warmth Moderate Longitudinal Associations Between Maternal Spanking and Child Aggression in Early Childhood?" is published in the journal Developmental Psychology.
Assistant Professor Shawna Lee was published in the Journal of Developmental Psychology v.49. Her article is titled, "Does Warmth Moderate Longitudinal Associations Between Maternal Spanking and Child Aggression in Early Childhood?"
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106