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Jan
18
asked As a parent, how should I react to someone asking me for permission for Prom?
Jan
18
asked Should I expect a boy to ask me for permission for prom?
Jan
7
revised Our baby crys in the middle of the night
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
7
answered Our baby crys in the middle of the night
Jan
7
accepted Teaching mathematics to young children
Jan
6
accepted Mathematics concepts for older children and teens
Jan
6
awarded  Critic
Jan
6
asked Mathematics concepts for older children and teens
Jan
5
asked Teaching mathematics to young children
Sep
15
comment What do I do when the timeout method isn't working?
According to Kohlberg, she most likely doesn't understand Theory of Mind, and probably understands the hugs/explanation to avoid trouble, which is normal.
Aug
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awarded  Scholar
Aug
16
accepted Using experience as a reason for correctness
Aug
15
comment Using experience as a reason for correctness
But I think this is the kind of blind obedience that the "I said so" argument creates - although perhaps not as extreme in most cases.
Aug
15
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awarded  Editor
Aug
15
revised Using experience as a reason for correctness
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Aug
15
comment Using experience as a reason for correctness
I frequently hear "because I'm older" or "because I said so" rather than a concrete reason. Does this not lead kids into blindly following authority figures? I feel like en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milgram_experiment is a very good example of what I am trying to avoid
Aug
15
awarded  Supporter
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15
asked Using experience as a reason for correctness