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Types of Discipline

Behavior Modification
Behavior Modification

Behavior modification is often used to discipline kids with ADHD, autism or oppositional defiant disorder, but it can be effective for kids of all types. Behavior modification involves positive punishment, negative punishment, positive reinforcement and negative reinforcement.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology a
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology a

Biochemistry is the science in which chemistry is applied to the study of living organisms and the atoms and molecules which comprise living organisms. Take a closer look at what biochemistry is and why the science is important.

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Boundary-Based Discipline
Boundary-Based Discipline

Boundary-based discipline is one of the five major types of discipline strategies. The theory behind boundary-based discipline is simple—children behave when they feel safe. The theory behind boundary-based discipline is simple—children behave when they feel safe.

Cancer Biology a
Cancer Biology a

Challenges in Cancer Biology Research. Basic research in cancer biology is often viewed as “high risk,” in part because the clinical applications of a given research project might not be clear at the outset. However, knowledge gained from studying cancer cell biology not only improves our understanding of the disease but is essential for the development of clinical advances that benefit patients, as recent progress in the areas of immunotherapy and cancer vaccines illustrates.

source: cancer.gov
Cell Biology a
Cell Biology a

What is your favorite biology discipline and why? What is your favorite biology discipline and why? General subfields within biology Anatomy |...

Chemistry a
Chemistry a

Training in the discipline must then go beyond the traditional areas of chemistry and provide sufficiently general skills and a sufficiently broad understanding of molecular science that the power of chemical thinking can be brought to bear on complex scientific and technological problems for the betterment of society.

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Developmental Biology and Genetics a
Developmental Biology and Genetics a

Developmental biology (including embryology) is proposed as "the stem cell of biological disciplines.” Genetics, cell biology, oncology, immunology, evolutionary mechanisms, neurobiology, and systems biology each has its ancestry in developmental biology.

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Emotion Coaching
Emotion Coaching

Emotion coaching is one of the five main types of discipline that is based largely on Washington state's psychology researcher John Gottman. According to Gottman’s research, when parents give kids the skills they need to deal with emotions, they’ll have more self-confidence, do better in school, and experience healthier relationships.

Gentle Discipline
Gentle Discipline

Gentle discipline is one of the five main types of discipline that is based on mutual respect between parents and kids. The basis for gentle discipline is that it focuses on using discipline and not punishment.

Immunology a
Immunology a

Research Discipline: Immunology. Hammarskjöld, Marie-Louise. Post Transcriptional Gene Regulation and the Molecular Biology of Human Retroviruses. Ambati, Jayakrishna.

Microbiology a
Microbiology a

Microbiology has MANY different disciplines, or sub disciplines (as it were) beneath it. Included in these, and worth special mention, as they will be the only major disciplines further discussed within this site, are virology, genetics (i.e. DNA), bacteriology and parasitology.

Neuroscience a
Neuroscience a

Neuroscience has traditionally been classed as a subdivision of biology. These days, it is an interdisciplinary science which liaises closely with other disciplines, such as mathematics, linguistics, engineering, computer science, chemistry, philosophy, psychology, and medicine.

Positive Discipline Digitalskillet/Getty Images
Positive Discipline Digitalskillet/Getty Images

digitalskillet/Getty Images Positive discipline is based on praise and encouragement. Instead of focusing on punishment, parents keep making discipline about teaching. Parents teach problem-solving skills and work with their child to develop solutions.

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