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Timeout is a behaviour therapy technique for the control of problem behaviour based on operant conditioning principles. Generally the technique involves removing source of reward and/or reinforcement for any behavior that is unwanted

Timeout as a psychotherapy techniqueEdit

In clinical settings timout is used as a behavior modification technique to manage challenging behaviour


Timeout as a parenting techniqueEdit

In the home and educational settings it is used as an alternative to spanking and other forms of discipline. See: Child time-out

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ReferencesEdit

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