Children brought up in families with parents-smokers, more likely to have antisocial personality traits, suffer from their own hyperactivity and aggression. To such conclusion came researchers from the University of Montreal. The results tells the newspaper The Times of India.
In total in research took part 1305 students born between 1997 and 1998. The scientists collected information about the social status of children and their families, bad habits of parents. Consideration of data on student performance and behavior.
It turned out that the open-Smoking parents when a child significantly increased the probability of problems with school performance. Apparently, it's not so much tobacco smoke as in the behavior of parents. As a rule, parents who allow themselves to smoke at the child, rarely adhere to other norms of family relationships.