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[…] Next to the things I learned about ratifications on which I posted in blogs about positive and negative ratifications and 5 conditions for effective punishments […]
Does this subject also include punishment towards adult offenders, or is it only meant to be used as a guideline for parents?
Come to think of it, I don’t believe I’ve have ever “punished” my daughter, but I (occasionally) give her “a remark” .
What kind of punishment has the author in mind when it comes to children?
The way I see it, punishment is anything that you do on purpose and is negative for the other person.
So taking away something nice is a punishment.
I think these rules are very broad, and can (and should) be used with adults.
-You have to go to bed earlier
-We don’t read you a bed time story
-I don’t hug/kiss you
Also read my post about team compensation:
or the slides of it:
This session was based on the book: Punished by rewards.
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