Punjab University Laboratory School over a six-month period.The children in this study were divided into two groups, and one child received corporal punishment while the other group was corrected using positive methods.
The children who had a more aggressive approach to discipline showed negative signs from their instruction. They didn’t have any desire to learn, and they had more psychological issues than the other students.
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