Document Type : Original Article

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Department of Psychology, Mallard Branch, Islamic Azad University, Mallard, Iran

10.22034/ijashss.2021.264982.1032

Abstract

Behavioral psychologist Skinner believes that severe punishment for children and adolescents for misbehavior may temporarily eliminate the child, but in most cases leads to retaliatory and socially compensatory behaviors or other emotional problems. What teachers allow children to do, on the one hand, causes emotional problems and behavioral conflicts, and on the other hand, creates a disturbing relationship between the teacher and the student, making it difficult to reconstruct and repair it, and sometimes out of reach. In such a situation, the child may give the negative image he has of the punishing teacher to other teachers in the learning environment and even the physical space of the school. Aggressive and emotional teachers who cannot control their behavior with severe and frequent punishments will have adverse effects on their students' adaptation and will stimulate their resistance in learning lessons.

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Effect of Encouragement on Increasing Learning

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