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lolollo

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#129 - Picture 11 hours ago on Clayton Bigsby +2
#107 - You employ known psychological principles, like negative reinf… 11 hours ago on 46. There is no reason. 0
#105 - Because then it still runs I to the same problem as before. F…  [+] (2 new replies) 11 hours ago on 46. There is no reason. 0
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#106 - therealhimmler (11 hours ago) [-]
Then what the fucknugget are you gonna do? Just hope they don't do it again because you explainee why it's wrong? They won't fear repercussions, and being the little shits that younglings are, they'll do it again.
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#107 - lolollo (11 hours ago) [-]
You employ known psychological principles, like negative reinforcement, positive reinforcement and negative punishment, to curb their behaviors. My parents taught me to value my education by paying me for my grades. When I got a D or lower, it added a negative amount to what I got. When I did something drastic, they grounded me. I got yelled at...a lot. My parents used the good things I could get as models where if I fucked up, they could be taken away. If I acted in accordance with how I should, good shit would happen "as normal". They taught me that giving in to social norms would result in good shit happening in my life while acting outside of that norm would result in bad shit happening in my life, but one thing that I had no chance of learning was violence being the way you act out your emotions...because that's not how it works in the real world.
#103 - Because then they learn to associate your lecture with you jus…  [+] (4 new replies) 11 hours ago on 46. There is no reason. 0
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#104 - therealhimmler (11 hours ago) [-]
Then talk to them again afterwards, restating what was said before.
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#105 - lolollo (11 hours ago) [-]
Because then it still runs I to the same problem as before. Fear and violence isn't the ideal catalyst to learn something.
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#106 - therealhimmler (11 hours ago) [-]
Then what the fucknugget are you gonna do? Just hope they don't do it again because you explainee why it's wrong? They won't fear repercussions, and being the little shits that younglings are, they'll do it again.
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#107 - lolollo (11 hours ago) [-]
You employ known psychological principles, like negative reinforcement, positive reinforcement and negative punishment, to curb their behaviors. My parents taught me to value my education by paying me for my grades. When I got a D or lower, it added a negative amount to what I got. When I did something drastic, they grounded me. I got yelled at...a lot. My parents used the good things I could get as models where if I fucked up, they could be taken away. If I acted in accordance with how I should, good shit would happen "as normal". They taught me that giving in to social norms would result in good shit happening in my life while acting outside of that norm would result in bad shit happening in my life, but one thing that I had no chance of learning was violence being the way you act out your emotions...because that's not how it works in the real world.
#102 - *your reaction 12 hours ago on 46. There is no reason. 0
#100 - There's a reply limit. Your brothers took the… 18 hours ago on 46. There is no reason. 0
#28 - Yeah shes...I make no comments on her capacity to plan ahead. 18 hours ago on Now I can relax +5
#97 - That's the problem, though, you've needed their capacity to un…  [+] (8 new replies) 18 hours ago on 46. There is no reason. 0
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#99 - therealhimmler (18 hours ago) [-]
Well, why don't you just tell em' they fucked up and hit them afterwards?
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#103 - lolollo (11 hours ago) [-]
Because then they learn to associate your lecture with you just hitting them, and they stop listening because all they're doing is anticipating the violence.
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#104 - therealhimmler (11 hours ago) [-]
Then talk to them again afterwards, restating what was said before.
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#105 - lolollo (11 hours ago) [-]
Because then it still runs I to the same problem as before. Fear and violence isn't the ideal catalyst to learn something.
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#106 - therealhimmler (11 hours ago) [-]
Then what the fucknugget are you gonna do? Just hope they don't do it again because you explainee why it's wrong? They won't fear repercussions, and being the little shits that younglings are, they'll do it again.
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#107 - lolollo (11 hours ago) [-]
You employ known psychological principles, like negative reinforcement, positive reinforcement and negative punishment, to curb their behaviors. My parents taught me to value my education by paying me for my grades. When I got a D or lower, it added a negative amount to what I got. When I did something drastic, they grounded me. I got yelled at...a lot. My parents used the good things I could get as models where if I fucked up, they could be taken away. If I acted in accordance with how I should, good shit would happen "as normal". They taught me that giving in to social norms would result in good shit happening in my life while acting outside of that norm would result in bad shit happening in my life, but one thing that I had no chance of learning was violence being the way you act out your emotions...because that's not how it works in the real world.
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#98 - therealhimmler (18 hours ago) [-]
My reaction would be along the lines of "GOD DAMMIT! Oh shit, did I call in sick too many days? Did I piss the boss off? What did I do to end up here? Is it justified, or is boss just a cunt?"
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#102 - lolollo (12 hours ago) [-]
*your reaction
#92 - Because children are young and stupid, rely too heavily on the…  [+] (10 new replies) 18 hours ago on 46. There is no reason. 0
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#94 - therealhimmler (18 hours ago) [-]
But you explain to them why it was wrong. If it's explained they should know it's only wrong when it causes harm/damage to people/their property. They should also learn that just because they don't view it as damage doesn't mean the affected don't either. They have to learn that messing with others' property without consent is fucked up. Tell them this, but in ba y talk, cuz' babby.
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#97 - lolollo (18 hours ago) [-]
That's the problem, though, you've needed their capacity to understand the finer logic in that by setting them in fight or flight mode. How often do you think logically about something when you're afraid, or even just angry? If you want a kid to listen, you need to reprimand them in a way where they hate what you're doing, not actively feel the need to escape your presense. What you're doing with that is giving them a reason to hate you, and then explaining why they're in the situation they're in. The difference is when it's pain, why you're in pain is often an afterthought to "how do I no longer be in pain as of this current situation." When it's a situation where you simply not want to be in it think "you're working overtime", "your boss called you in on your day off", or "your boss denied your raise" , what's your first thought? Is it "Why this? Why this situation I'm in?"
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#99 - therealhimmler (18 hours ago) [-]
Well, why don't you just tell em' they fucked up and hit them afterwards?
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#103 - lolollo (11 hours ago) [-]
Because then they learn to associate your lecture with you just hitting them, and they stop listening because all they're doing is anticipating the violence.
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#104 - therealhimmler (11 hours ago) [-]
Then talk to them again afterwards, restating what was said before.
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#105 - lolollo (11 hours ago) [-]
Because then it still runs I to the same problem as before. Fear and violence isn't the ideal catalyst to learn something.
User avatar
#106 - therealhimmler (11 hours ago) [-]
Then what the fucknugget are you gonna do? Just hope they don't do it again because you explainee why it's wrong? They won't fear repercussions, and being the little shits that younglings are, they'll do it again.
User avatar
#107 - lolollo (11 hours ago) [-]
You employ known psychological principles, like negative reinforcement, positive reinforcement and negative punishment, to curb their behaviors. My parents taught me to value my education by paying me for my grades. When I got a D or lower, it added a negative amount to what I got. When I did something drastic, they grounded me. I got yelled at...a lot. My parents used the good things I could get as models where if I fucked up, they could be taken away. If I acted in accordance with how I should, good shit would happen "as normal". They taught me that giving in to social norms would result in good shit happening in my life while acting outside of that norm would result in bad shit happening in my life, but one thing that I had no chance of learning was violence being the way you act out your emotions...because that's not how it works in the real world.
User avatar
#98 - therealhimmler (18 hours ago) [-]
My reaction would be along the lines of "GOD DAMMIT! Oh shit, did I call in sick too many days? Did I piss the boss off? What did I do to end up here? Is it justified, or is boss just a cunt?"
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#102 - lolollo (12 hours ago) [-]
*your reaction
#90 - And how did your brother turn out? 18 hours ago on 46. There is no reason. 0