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That’s because time-outs have shown their value in studies of children diagnosed with behavioral disorders. Things have been murkier, however, when it comes to typical children, Larzelere explained. Thursday But on, he and other researchers speaking in the American Psychological Association’s annual meeting in Toronto offered proof to get time-outs – – and a range of other parenting tactics. Research presented in meetings should be seen as preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed journal. The gist of all the studies is that while whining and pouting could be managed with little fuss – – or simply ignored – – much more serious behavior issues, such as for example aggression towards other hitting and kids, should have consequences.