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Discipline: Quiz

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Question 1: This is because enforcement of order - that is, ensuring instructions are carried out - is often regulated through ________.
PunishmentPrisonDeterrence (psychological)Crime

Question 2: An ________ refers to a body of knowledge that is being given to - or has been received by - a disciple.
Philosophy of scienceList of academic disciplinesFields of scienceSocial sciences

Question 3: Self-discipline is to some extent a substitute for ________, when one uses reason to determine a best course of action that opposes one's desires.
Social psychology (psychology)MotivationAbraham MaslowEducational psychology

Question 4: Thus, self-discipline is the assertion of willpower over more base desires, and is usually understood to be a synonym of '________'.
B. F. SkinnerExecutive functionsReinforcementSelf control

Question 5: Church discipline can also refer to the rules governing some ecclesiastical order, such as priests or monks, such as ________.
Catholic ChurchEcumenical councilChristianityClerical celibacy

Question 6: Typically, it is not socially acceptable for anyone other than the parents to ________ a child.
School corporal punishmentCorporal punishment in the homeCaningSpanking

Question 7: Its most extreme form in modern churches is ________.
New TestamentShunningBishopExcommunication

Question 8: As a concrete noun, the discipline refers to an instrument of punishment, for example in mortification of the flesh (see also: ________).
FlagellationCat o' nine tailsCaningCorporal punishment







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