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Punishment (including negative effects of punishment) and ways to maximise effectiveness

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    Grace W.
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    Grace W.

    potetial punishers are any consequencies that might lead to a decrease in response.

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    Dora H.
    EG
    Dora H.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imkbuKomPXI This video helps you understanding the difference between reinforcement ( + / - ) and Punishement

    Muhammad K.
    PK
    Muhammad K.

    Kindly guide me some of my topics dose not turn green even I spent many minutes on them and learnt topic but it appears red as not read,

    Diane W.
    US
    Diane W.

    There are some punishments, such as verbal abuse, that may effect a child's mind into adulthood. This can have an effect their adult behavior as well.

    Daniel M.
    BW
    Daniel M.

    Punishment should be used to correct and if the situation persist other forms of rehabilitation like councelling should be introduced

    Rono G.
    KE
    Rono G.

    punishment have both negative and positive effect but the negative effect are more off

    Faridah N.
    KH
    Faridah N.

    Iam not in support of punishments for any reason.If effective punishment should be aimed at the action not the character,Iam wondering how these two could be separated.A persons character more often than not dictates the action.

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