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Roberts' four studies tested whether the traditional spank back-up for timeout was necessary in the Forehand-McMahon (87) version of behavioral parent training and what alternatives could be used instead of spanking to enforce cooperation with the time-out chair in the clinic.
Now that Spank The Monkey and the follow-on G-Word shows have finished, we are removing the works, as there is no-longer a context for them.
There are Spank the Monkey artworks at various outdoor locations and at some Metro stations.
The Supreme Court of Canada has recently ruled that parents who spank their child for corrective or educational purposes can rely on Sec.
The primary area of concern for this review was to identify the major reason(s) why parent spank their child.
An estimated three-quarters of Canadian parents spank their children.
As Russell Baker articulated the two sides in The New York Times, "We are now being governed by the people we used to spank.
Essentially, it's never really necessary to spank children," maintains Eugene Walker, a psychologist at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
Nevertheless a 1990 survey found that half of all parents hit or spank their children at least once a year--that's down 10% since 1989, so times may be chaning.
Question: "Do you think it is OK for a school teacher to spank a student?
The policewomen, I spank them on their bottoms in Malacanang if I'm ill-tempered.