Research about the relationship of childhood experience of parents and their attitudes towards and employment of infant spanking as a disciplinary tool are discussed.
Functional Behavioral Assessment and Positive Interventions:
This PowerPoint provides an over of why children misbehave and effective discipline techniques to use.
This information from Raising Special Kids about Positive Behavior Support and positive reinforcement techniques.
The AAP's Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health published these strategies for pediatricians to use when advising families on discipline techniques.
National Bullying Prevention Center: www.pacer.org/bullying
Stop bullying now is a national campaign aimed at preventing and eliminating bullying. The website has information about identifying bullying and how to prevent and intervene in situations involving bullying.
This information provided by healthychildren.org give facts about bullying and tips for talking to your kids about bullying.
Because most toilet training problems presenting to the health care practitioner reflect inappropiate training efforts and parental pressure, providers can, by consulting with parents, elucidate and address misconceptions parents have about the toilet training process.