This report is based on the answers given by twenty-five hundred children in certain Iowa public schools to a brief questionnaire viz: 1. Have you ever been punished at home? (underscore the right word) Yes, often; Seldom; Once only; Never. 2. How were you punished at home? By scolding; slapping; whipping; other ways -_______________________ 3. Have you ever been punished at school? Yes, often; Seldom; Only once; Never. 4. How were you punished at school? Scolding; Slapping; Keeping in; Whipping; Other ways ___________________ 5. If you were a parent or a teacher how would you punish a child? (underscore your choice of ways) Scolding; Take away playtime; No dinner; Send to bed early; Slapping; Whipping; _____________________ This study is concerned only with the answers to No. 2, - How were you punished at home? and the answers to No. 5 - The type of punishment the child would administer if he were a parent or a teacher.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Lockhart, E. G.
"The Influence of Intelligence and Other Factors on the Type of Punishment Administered to Children,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 37(1), 325-328.
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