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- Tracy McGrady explains why being hit with a switch works - 4 days ago ... Usually, it came in some form of physical punishment, and a tool frequently used
(apparently) by many was punitive switching. Of course, such ...
- Punishments - Alfie Kohn - The data overwhelmingly show that corporal punishment makes children more ...
In some cases, the change is purely semantic, the implication being that a
friendlier ... Like other forms of control, the use of punitive consequences often
enrages .... it's unclear how many parents resort to punishment with the goal of
- How Spanking Harms the Brain | Psychology Today - Feb 12, 2012 ... Why spanking should be outlawed By Molly S. Castelloe, Ph.D.... ... How group
emotions and issues of collective identity change the world. ... Part of the difficulty
in changing the cultural attitude that corporal punishment is an ...
- Guidance for Effective Discipline - Pediatrics - Apr 1, 1998 ... Corporal punishment is of limited effectiveness and has potentially deleterious
side effects. .... and may be effective in teaching children to change their behavior
. .... other methods.23 Changing discipline methods in the United States is .... and
other punitive methods.22 When punishment fails, parents who ...