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A number of studies have been done on the caretaker’s effects on the child and suggests that the effects may have been caused by child’s behavior as much as by the caretaker’s (according to Bell 1979). The child’s aggression level can be affected by the parent’s authoritarian discipline. “Parents differ widely in sensing the needs o... ... middle of paper ... ...d friendships later in life and also a good upbringing. Bibliography: References: Daniel L., Davis (2000). The Aggressive Adolescent: Clinical and Forensic Issues Don Baucum (1996).