Self-discipline
In its natural sense, discipline is systematic instruction intended to train a person, sometimes literally called a disciple, in a craft, trade or other activity, or to follow a particular code of con...
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Church discipline
Church discipline is the practice of censuring church members when they are perceived to have sinned in hope that the offender will repent and be reconciled to God and the church. It is also intended ...
Child discipline
Because the values, beliefs, education, customs and cultures of people vary so widely, along with the age and temperament of the child, methods of child discipline vary widely. Child discipline is a ...
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Grounding (punishment)
Grounding is a common punishment for children and teenagers. In some cases it is suggested as an alternative to corporal punishment in the home. Typically a young person who is grounded is not allowed...
Child time-out
Time-out (also known as social exclusion) is a form of behavioural modification that involves temporarily separating a child for from an environment where unwanted behavior according to the cultural s...
Corporal punishment in the home
Domestic corporal punishment (also referred to as corporal punishment in the home or parental corporal punishment) is the use of physical force for the purpose of correction or control of behavior f...
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Operant conditioning
Operant conditioning, sometimes referred to as instrumental learning, is a method of learning that occurs through reinforcements and punishments for behavior. It encourages the subject to associate de...
Operant conditioning - Wikipedia