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(Clarke 1984)

Title:  What Kind of Discipline is Most Likely to Lead to Empathic Behaviour in Classrooms?
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Publication:  HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHER 19/4 (1984): 240-241. 
Authors:   Clarke, P.
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Clarke, P. "What Kind of Discipline is Most Likely to Lead to Empathic Behaviour in Classrooms?" HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHER 19/4 (1984): 240-241. 

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  • Mentioned in (COTTON)*  
  • Reviews research on home- and school-based disciplinary practices which are associated with greater and lesser expressions of empathy on the parts of children and older youth. Draws implications for classroom practice based on findings about the efficacy of empathy training.  (COTTON)*


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