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Neither punishment nor reward is, by itself, enough to raise a well-rounded child. Both are required because punishment alone creates resentment and fear, and reward alone distorts a child’s perceptions of the value of things.

If the statements above are true, then an appropriate test of a parent’s ability to raise a
well-rounded child is his or her ability to

(A) punish a child and offer proper reward
(B) avoid creating a distorted perception of the value of things within the child
(C) avoid creating resentment and fear within the child
(D) create an appropriate perception of the value of things within the child
(E) create contentment and calm within the child

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Neither punishment nor reward is, by itself, enough to raise a well-rounded child. Both are required because punishment alone creates resentment and fear, and reward alone distorts a child’s perceptions of the value of things.

If the statements above are true, then an appropriate test of a parent’s ability to raise a
well-rounded child is his or her ability to

(A) punish a child and offer proper reward... Correct as it meets the assertion that both punishment and reward are required.
(B) avoid creating a distorted perception of the value of things within the child... Incorrect..doesn't say anything about punishment
(C) avoid creating resentment and fear within the child..Incorrect..doesn't say anything about reward
(D) create an appropriate perception of the value of things within the child...Incorrect..doesn't say anything about punishment
(E) create contentment and calm within the child... Incorrect..doesn't say anything about reward

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