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There is good news for parents who in two minds about the merits of using time-outs as a form of punishment. Research from the University of Michigan in the USA there is evidence to show time-outs can an effective discipline strategy for children aged between two and eight years. Researchers parents do not to about their parenting skills if they give time-outs to misbehaving children as they do not children's mental wellbeing or their relationship with their parents. In an eight-year study, researchers the emotional health and behavior in children whose parents time-outs with those who didn't. They there was no difference in the children.

Time-outs a form of discipline used by parents to their children's behavior. It usually sending children to a quiet space or quiet corner. The aim is for children to on their behavior. Scientists have about the effectiveness of this strategy. Dr Rachel Knight said: "Some reports in the media and by select organizations have that time-out is ineffective and even harmful." She added: "There are some alarming claims that time-outs can the parent-child relationship and negatively affect emotional health, but the research simply doesn't those claims." Dr Knight : "We did not a relationship between time-outs and negative side effects in children."

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